I've seen a lot of TV concerts where the singer used an SM58. They always sounded great. I'm sure there are better options, but if a 58 is good enough for Roger Daltrey
...It may be helpful if you can find the polar plots of each of the microphones you own and try to figure out which one has the tightest pattern across the frequency range and try out that mic.
This assumes the singer stays on axis...
Thanks everyone!I have recorded a "live demo" and started the session with my long time favorite for most female voices, the "live condenser" CAD 95 (I think it is called). However, I had to switch to a Beta 58 after one song due to feedback problems. Although the old school Shures work for some voices and genres it was not what we were looking for here - we really missed the clarity and even sound from the CAD...
If you want something that'll do both, get a Neumann 105.
A nice choice for most any singer, though in that price range I'd be looking at the e965 or ksm9 for better versatility.
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