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Hello I will start to use the X3 live as an audio interface for voice recording, I'm not really sure which would be the best mic, but for economical reasons...I'm tempepted to use my SM57 for it..and I have 2 concerns, 1- Would that mic be a good choice for vocal ? 2- Would the sound quality using the X3 live as an interface will be good enough for mastering ? I mean...at the end, will I be able to get a semi-professional sound? thanks Fabio
I've read that the GX is not intended for voice recording, if I am right... I bought it a long time ago and I'm starting to record more lately however I want to keep recording with it for a time until I sell it and buy a more appropiate card and condenser mic as well. My question is with what I have what would be the optimal setup? I use the Noise Gate + American Classic preamp + Compressor in Pod Farm. The thing is the AC preamp makes it sound a little different and the compressor part is something I would rather do in the DAW for a more raw take to work with, so I increase the volume with having a little bit of preamp and compressor. Other preamps like console and modern also give a cleaner sound but don't seem to really preamp, or not too much at least since they don't have a drive knowb which seems to change the sound as well the higher they're set. Also inside the DAW use multiband compression which makes the audio much more crispy but idk if EQ is also needed with that, although the current setting I have seems to be good enough...