I'm just gettin into home recording. I'm gettin a korg PXR4 for christmas and a microphone next week for my birthday. I was gonna get a dynamic mic to mic my guitar amp and the vocals and such. I also figured I could also use it for rehersal with my band. right now were usin the mic from a very cheap karaokee machine into my dads acoustic amp. I recently did some recording with my uncle who was visiting who's also new to home recording (he's got a much nicer unit that i'm gettin, but he's an engineer, i'm a high school student). We recorded drums with just two mics, a kick drum mic and a condensor mic os an overhead that he rented from a local music store. I can't remember the model of the mic, all i know is that it's a tube mic and it's about a grand canadian to buy new. The recording quality was very decent. Latley i've been checkin out condenser mics on ebay just to see if i could get one for $150 or less canadian. I found out that such mics do exist. My question is are these cheaper mics any good? I obviously know there not gonna be top notch, but are they fit to use? I wanna use it as on overhead mic on the drums and also on my amp, and the bass amp, and for vocals for recording. What will these mics be like for rehersal. We rehearse in my rec room. ANy help will be appreciatred
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