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You don't have to spend a lot to get quality.

 This is a post from a thread I posted on Twitter yesterday. You don't have to spend a lot to get quality. A condenser mic, USB interface, high-quality cables, headphones, a space to record in, and a DAW are all you need. Some suggestions below... Photo by Jp Valery on Unsplash This was the first mic I purchased, the first one I tested had a lot of self-noise, but the third one had incredibly low self-noise (when paired with good cables)  Good cables make a huge difference. One of the biggest upgrades I made was switching from 'music store' cables to Kopul 3000 series cables These are the cables I use in my studio now, the Kopul are still used in my editing bay, where I do the podcast from, make video conference and phone calls & they're in my road kit. I have since upgraded To Mogami Gold Studio cables for my booth and I wouldn't go back!   The first USB interface I had was a tank (and still works) - made by Tascam. This is a similar model, bu

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