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For your singer, you ideally want to go condenser as they have better pickup in the lows and highs which give a very clean and "colourful" sound (I am going all in with the buzzwords). However, your big problem is the fact there is a piano blasting out sound right next to your singer, so go for a cardioid or other very directional microphone that is pointed ...


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The answer will really depend on what you think a crappy guitar sound is. I've never used your particular effects unit but I have used plenty of others like it, so perhaps the following will help... Usually what I do in any given situation is to remove as much as possible from the signal chain to make sure that the clean and un-effected sound of any ...


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My tip - hope it's accurate as it seems to work for me For dynamic mics go with a cardioid dynamic mic instead of a supercardioid mic - the reason is that supercardioid mics have a smaller pattern to pick up your voice which is great for a standing vocalist who wants to reject ambient noise and for feeback suppresion on stage. For a singing pianist who ...



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