Condenser microphones are a must have for your home music studio if you plan on recording any vocals or any acoustic instruments (acoustic guitar, violin, cello, banjo, mandolin, etc.)
There are two types of condenser mics: large diaphragm & small diaphragm.
Large diaphragm condenser microphones are good for recording vocals and any acoustic instrument where you really want to capture a more deep sound (such as with a cello & an upright bass.)
Small diaphragm condenser mics are better for recording stringed instruments such as acoustic guitars or violins (exceptions include the previously mentioned cello & upright bass.) Small diaphragm condenser mics are also the best choice for recording cymbals & hi-hats. For the snare, toms, and bass drums you'll want to use dynamic mics. Scroll down below the large diaphragm listings for the small diaphragm mics.
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|AKG Perception 220 Percep220 Large-Diaphragm Cardioid Condenser Microphone w Cas||21 Bids||US $46.99||1h 51m|
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