What's the best beatboxing mic for me?

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    JWatFX
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    In order to find the perfect microphone for you , think about what field you are most going to use it in. If you want to learn how to sound crisp and clean at any beatbox event, you will need to purchase a dynamic microphone. If you want to record at home for YouTube, a condenser microphone will do you wonders especially with the proper audio mixing. If you want to record shoutouts for your own channel at beatboxing events, you will likely use either a lavalier microphone or a handheld microphone.

    If you want any specific help or want to ask questions , don’t be afraid to add on to the thread!

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    kbbx
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    <p style=”text-align: left;”>Hey JWat, do you have any experience with the Behringer XM8500? It’s a really cheap mic which has great reviews, would it be suitable for beatboxing online/busking.</p>
     

    Also, is there any PC software you’d recommend to tweak audio? I don’t have the budget to buy a mixer or any hardware, so I’d rather have some easy software to use on the computer, to make the audio sound good online/when recording.

     

    Thanks in advance

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    Jon Park
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    The general mics that people use seem to be:

    Shure SM58

    AKG D5 / AKG D7

    Audix Fireball

    Mipro Beatbox

    We’re working on product reviews soon! Stay tuned 🙂

    Jon Park

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    B-Rad
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    Does anyone have any recommendations for a good computer mic to use for Discord?

    "Excellent style, thank you very much!"

    -Bee-Low 2012

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    D-Koy
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    Depends, what’s your price range and style of beatboxing?

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    B-Rad
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    My price range is up to $150.

    I’m primarily a technical beatboxer, and I love throat bass.

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    -Bee-Low 2012

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    D-Koy
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    If you want a computer microphone, I would suggest a condenser. Depending on you want to get it, the Blue Microphones Spark Condenser Microphone is on sale for $199 right now. But for $135 you can get the Audio-Technica AT2035 Large Diaphragm Studio Condenser Microphone Bundle with Shock Mount, Pop Filter, and XLR Cable which means you wouldn’t have to buy a shock mount or pop filter. Those are my personal suggestions, good luck with your pick 🙂

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    MaHnIe

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