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post Aug 12 2010, 11:47 PM
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Hi guys,
I have a webcam that I use for my video recording, and use a Line6 UX2 for my guitar recording, then sync them with Sony Vegas, and all is well there.

I am wondering what the best way of recording your voice is if you want to talk along the way. I have tried using a headset mic, which works fine, but is a bit in the way, and have tried setting up a dynamic mic, but trying to hide it, but it seems too far away to get a good vocal recording.

What do you guys do?

Thanks for the website, and thanks for the input!

And sorry, this post is probably in the wrong place, it's my first one, and now I see how this works, but not sure how to delete it or move it to the proper board.

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post Aug 13 2010, 03:17 AM
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what I do is using a condenser mic, and I place it near the mouth,

but this way you get some room bounces, but they are not much imo,

you can check some of my spoken vids in my lessons,

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