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August 08, 2008

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retrogrrl

I recently investigated the same topic and ended up purchasing the Blue Snowball microphone, which has it's own stand. I find the audio quality to be excellent for my purposes (recording voice for use in articulate, captivate and codebaby) and the USB Plug and Play capability is too easy; I don't need to consider using other equipment. I am also using the Harland Hogan method for sound proofing, having created my own 'portabooth' out of a collapsible storage cube and some acoustic foam for about $40 AUD. The snowball now has a sibling which is smaller and more portable - the snowflake.

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