It is best to record in a quiet environment resembling a booth such as a small room with treatment, closets, corner of a wall That’s treated, reflection filters for your microphone stand also help and are easy DIY projects. Good microphone selection is also very critical. Condenser and two microphones are very sensitive to sound and will record every little voice in the room from your friend whispering in the same room from to an AC unit running or even a light bulb making a buzz sound. If you are using these types of microphones be sure to listen to your room noise before you start recording or better record in a fully treated vocal booth. If you are looking into buying a new microphone and don’t have an opportunity to treat a room I recommend you a microphone that is great in budget, sound and very popular. Used by many famous artists like Michael Jackson, Led Zeppelin, Bad Company, Bob Seyer, Pearl Jam and still one of the industry leading professional dynamic microphone used by many current radio stations the famous Shure sm7b a great vocal microphone with good acoustic response to room noise probably the best microphone you can get on a budget and will last you a very long time
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