- Blue yeti is a good place to start. However if you wanted to have a more sophiticated set up, a mic like a shure sm58 or a Rode NTA would be good. This would require an interface but would offer more flexiblity (more inputs, would work with different mics). For an interface something like a focusrite 2i2 is great for size and usage.If you want any help with editing/ audio processing feel free to get in touch.
- Blue Yeti is the one!! And try to use a room with no ambient noise. A walk in closet does a good job - anywhere that has plenty of fabric to avoid sound bouncing around. And wear headphones. Urbanears Plattan II are great value. For a bit more outlay, go for the Grado SR60e.
- for a mic - you can get the Blue Yeti ... just lpug the mic into your laptop and you're good to go!
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