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nanashiwanderer wrote:If you can afford an C414 (1000$), why not invest into a better pre to beginwith first... Its an improvement for every mic you put through it.
An AKG C414, SM57, Electrovoice RE20, are all pretty much studio must haves. However, they never got these reputation from the pres in home studio interfaces. While the Tampa is good by home studio standards, it never was, or is a professional unit. Even with the AKG C414 while it might be a slight improvement, it won't be that big a difference over something like the solaris or nt1a through a pre like that.
http://studio-central.com/phpbb/viewtop ... hlight=rnp
nanashiwanderer wrote:Honestly with your limited experience, no offense in tended, i also have very limited experience, renting a 1000$ mic won't make any worth while difference.
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