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Sure do need to define "pricey" when it comes to recording mics. I agree with HC that Blue brand mics make a couple different USB mics that seem to be pretty good. Here a page That I will link for you for low cost USB mics and read some reviews. :
Check this on G : http://www.musiciansfriend.com.....microphone
the only thing that i dont like about the snowflake is that its description is more about speech than music.
i may just have to get the snowball and deal with the price.
what about this one?
anyone used samson mics before?
Just out of curiosity I checked the specs of the two mics and the first one is 35 hz to 20 khz and the second is 20 hz to 20 khz so they are pretty similar assuming that the frequency response is enough to define the the audio quality but I'm not sure of that.
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To anyone who might know:
I was wondering if anyone knew if either of these two products would be able to work with a computer?
Is there an inexpensive adapter or something for the amp jacks to plug directly into your computer? (Inexpensive= less then $10 preferably, but no more then $30)
I realize these two products are probably junk, but I think they would sound better then the mic on my headset. They also might pick up less Budgie noise in the background.
AXL Acoustic Guitar Transducer Pickup with 1/4 Jack and 9 Foot Cable
Cherub WCP-60G Guitar Pickup
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For that price range you can get a 1/4 inch to 1/8 inch adapter for about $1 or get a 1/4 inch to USB adapter for about 9 bucks and you could use either of those pickups to go direct to your computer.
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