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Title: Wireless microphone for harsh vocals ?
Post by: W.K. on January 30, 2019, 08:56:45 PM
Hello,

Currently I am using a Shure SM57 for my vocal duties, I like the mic but it's a bit limiting for my own mobility. Using it in a mic stand means I have to direct my vocals in that direction and having it in the and means not enough hands available for my synths.

So I'm thinking about getting a wireless headband mic like they use for presentations and the like, but I like screaming and shouting, is that an viable option or is the pickup in the mics way to sensitive?

Or are there other ways?

(https://www.thomann.de/pics/bdb/383815/11914716_800.jpg)
or the Shure WH20
(https://www.bhphotovideo.com/images/images500x500/Shure_WH20XLR_WH20XLR_Headworn_Dynamic_162051.jpg)

I am always recording my synths and vocals at the same time, so a recording session can be quite a cacophony of sound so it can't be too sensitive.

Ideas? Experiences?