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So I finally got the blue snowball mic. I was really exited and tested it out right away. Then I heard the recording. My god I hate my voice. Maybe its because I am not used to my voice, but I thought it was far deeper then what it was. People always tell me how deep it is, and how I was good at making other voices, but I cant see where they are coming from. Is this a normal thing, because I really hope I didn't pay $95 for a mic and THEN find out have a crappy voice?
Hey SFO-ers. I need your opinion's on something. I want to do some voice recording (just talking, like voice overs, not singing) for some video's I want to make, and I need a good microphone. I want one with great voice recording quality, is easy to use, and wont cost an arm and a leg. I have heard the Blue Snowball and Shure SM57 are good, and are less then $100, which is even better. What do you guys think? Are those good mics, or are there better for around the same price? Thanks.