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    Home Studio Setup

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    What is the correct way to set up a home studio (recordign directly into a computer harddrive?)

    Is it possible to have a proffesional sounding recording (no air) plugging the mic directly into the sound card? Or must I plug the mic into a mixer and tehn the sound card, i'm trying to eliminaate the extra air in the background.
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    It may be the positioning of the mic, you may need a mic processor, or a better program to record too. It's too many factors in the scenario you gave to be more specific.
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    the airy sound may also be from the room itself, try setting the mic up in your closet, it can act as an iso booth eliminating extra noise, also a good pre amp will help.
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