Re: Looking for a reference sound file to test speakers and microphones
This is not a smart way to sell a microphone. Too many variables. The speakers, the room, the reference material itself, distance from speaker to mic. I personally would not be impressed with this sort of assessment.
I would be recording things with the mics I am wanting to sell. Try and pick things that suit the microphones really well. Vocal mics, acoustic guitar, drums etc.. Are there any acoustic things you could record. That is often a good way to tell.
I would be keeping microphones as well unless you really need the money. They will always come in handy. Especially on a bigger sessions where you suddenly need every microphone you have to handle it.
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