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    Question Does recording on different mics effect the mix?

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    Hey could anyone answer this question. Does recording on different microphones effect the outcome of the mix. Will i still be able to get a good mix even though some parts are recorded on different mics. I am using an EQ and compressor and adjusting my volume balance, however for some of the parts i cannot get the perfect mix i want.

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    If those parts are of the same instrument - yes, this would definitely effect the outcome in an ugly way.
    If different instruments are recorded with different microphones - you should be fine.

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    /Ohh alright, what about if its vocals?

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    It is ok to record lead or verse vocals with one microphone and background or chorus vocals with a different microphone. Everything else would sound like a nasty patch.

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    thanks!

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