The first big question that surrounds the mind of all beginners:
What is the best microphone to record voices?
Here I show you a list of the best professional vocal microphones.
Here I leave several examples of my list of Incredible Vocal Microphones with a very reasonable price.
Shure SM58 – vocal recording microphone “The Most Popular Vocal Microphone in the World”. You have to see the vast majority of singers on stage and 90% of the time, they will be holding an SM58. The reason is for its resistance, robust casing and its ergonomic capsule make it the perfect microphone for live performances.
Rode NT1A – vocal recording microphones Among the vocal microphones, the Rode Microphones are the best of the best, which is why I placed it on number two on this list. Its combination of price, sound quality make this microphone the obvious choice for your first vocal micro. In the home studios around the world is the most popular of all the microphones.
Shure SM7B – vocal recording microphone In the world of dynamic microphones this is one of the best, it is one of the few options specially designed for voices. Its two main uses are in Strident rock voices and in Radiodifucion. Since its launch in 1976, the original version of this micro, the SM7, was the most used by all the rock stars of the moment. It used in the legendary album Thriller, by Michael Jackson.
Sennheiser MD421 – vocal recording microphone Traditionally known as a “vocal microphone” … Also considered the “Best Multipurpose Dynamic Microphone” in the world. Its main use is with voices but it also does much more than that works very well on electric guitar, drums, bass, percussion and more. If what you want is versatility, my recommendation would be this microphone.
Rode NTK – vocal recording microphones IDEAL for voices, nothing beats the warm, vintage sound of valve microphones. If you’re looking for that vintage valve sound, then I definitely recommend the Rode NTK ..
sE Electronics sE2200a I
sE Electronics sE2200a II – microphone polar patterns Of all the microphones on this list, this is not known to be a classic or vocal microphone. This is what every studio should have … it’s a large multi-pattern diaphragm microphone. They are very versatile and are practically a necessity when it comes to recording in stereo. If you want a microphone that sounds good about more things than the voice, I recommend it.