This lesson is rich in detail, photos and diagrams, Continue reading “PA Systems for Small Groups, by Mark Urso, Chapter Three, The Audio Chain, Cables, Connectors, Components, Power”
Original, with Brandon and Eli. I wrote this song about my guitar! Continue reading “Little Miss Hagstrom, Mark Urso”
Unbroken Chain, January, 2019 Continue reading “Unbroken Chain (Lesh), Mark Urso”
What were you doing 20 years-ago?
This is what I was up to! Continue reading “Old Roomful of Blues Radio Spot”
This is wildly entertaining!
If you’re waiting for your video, just keep waiting! 😉
If you slept last night, you’ve got one up on me!
I’m on a spooky deadline!
It was two years-ago I released “Share The Moon,” my debut CD Continue reading “Happy Halloween 2018! Share The Moon!”
This is great. Not only great musicians, but beautifully-recorded.
The organist is playing the entire bass line with his feet! Continue reading “Delvon Lamarr Organ Trio (Live on KEXP)”
Mark Urso, Owner at River Song Music (Quora answer)
Maybe a Shure SM58. An SM48, which is extremely similar, can be had for fifty bucks. You’ll have a little money left over!
I’ll assume you’re not on stage making your recordings, and you have complete control over ambient sound, and you have good headphones. So you’re looking for, I’m assuming, a studio mic for vocals.
Cheap street is the SM58. It’s a standard mic, with a standard polar pattern, and is usually used on stage, but since we don’t know what your singer sounds like, what your singer prefers, or if you’re looking for a particular sound, why not have a standard-performing mic? It won’t cost $500 – maybe $100.
It’s far more important how your room sounds, how your singer Continue reading “If I can only afford one microphone under $500 to record vocals with what should I get?”
Happy Halloween Everyone!