Question about Audio Technica Audio-Technica AT2020 Professional Microphone
I just bought the AT2020 USB mic, and I'm having a problem with getting it to record an acoustic guitar. I'm fairly new to recording (at least to good recording), and I need some help. I've tried all sorts of distances in combination with different levels of input and none of it has seemed to work. I still get a booming noise on the low end of some chords! Can I/Should I just fix this through software, like using an EQ to get rid of it? Thanks!
Thats exactly how you do it:) Some times it doesnt matter what you do, you will get strange resonances. Careful EQ is the best way to tone it down. Some guitars will present boominess on certain notes, thats just the way they are. Acoustics rely on this boominess to some degree. Good luck and happy recording. :) Happy to talk more to you about it.
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