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    How to improve my recordings quality with a new gear?

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    Hello All!


    I'm really excited about writing my first post at the Future Producers forum Recently I've been recording a lot (mainly an acoustic guitar and vocal + soft synths for my music demo).


    Could you please let me know (by looking at my gear list) how I can improve recordings quality by investing (let's say ~1000 USD) in a new gear - what part(s) from the list should I change?


    DAW: Cubase 5
    Audio Interface: M-Audio M-Track 2x2M
    Microphone: Blue Spark SL
    Cable: KLOTZ MC5000 (with Neutrik connector)


    Thank you in advance for your help!

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    Well, many might say that you could make an improvement as to your interface/preamp and microphone. But you should be able to get decent recordings with what you have. Can we hear a sample of what you've been doing?


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    What kind of space are you recording in? Chances are that improving on your environment is going to make a much bigger impact than changing any of the above. That said, the mic is what has the most impact out of these - but I don't really know if there's anything wrong with the Spark SL.

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