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The Samson GO MIC is a dual-pattern (cardioid and omnidirectional) studio microphone Featuring high quality onboard digital converters and USB interface fit into an extremely portable, fold-up design making it ideal for professional digital recording or podcasting. The built-in audio interface features a robust headphone output allowing you to monitor your voice with zero latency as well as the playback from your recordings. The unique clip design allows you to mount the microphone on your laptop or you can convert the clip mount to a convenient desk stand. The GO MIC is perfect for recording any acoustic audio source on your favorite software. Just plug in the supplied USB cable, launch your audio software and start recording. It is also great for VoIP and video chatting. The extended frequency and fast transient response ensures an accurate reproduction with linear characteristics from bottom to top. Whether you're recording your latest song idea, A podcast, or your band's next big hit, the GO MIC is the simplest and most comprehensive solution for high quality recording on a mac or PC.

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Any deal on microphones for noisier environments ?

Like this one : Fifine Metal Condenser Recording Microphone.
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Any deal on microphones for noisier environments ?

Like this one : Fifine Metal Condenser Recording Microphone.
Not sure mate. May be you have to shell out more money for ones with low cut filter. I like this one for the portable nature, -10db switch and led, and most importantly the live monitor port. Not sure how the noise picks up on this. But this has been for long on the market and you can check out some cover songs recorded using this mic on youtube, they're impressive.
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Any deal on microphones for noisier environments ?

Like this one : Fifine Metal Condenser Recording Microphone.
If you are in a nosiy enviroment, stick with dynamic mic(Behringer XM8500 is my recommendation). If you must get a condensor mic(don't/can't have mic right next to your mouth), you have to have some sort of noise canceling filter, which can either be software or hardware.
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If you are in a nosiy enviroment, stick with dynamic mic(Behringer XM8500 is my recommendation). If you must get a condensor mic(don't/can't have mic right next to your mouth), you have to have some sort of noise canceling filter, which can either be software or hardware.
Dynamic microphones (rather than condenser mics) will indeed usually be a much better bet in rooms with outside noise or without good acoustic treatment. But the suggested XM8500 is a traditional XLR microphone that can't be connected to a computer without a separate audio interface.

Assuming you don't want to go down that road, there are a few good dynamic mics with USB built in. I suggest the Samson Q2U [amzn.to] but it's been popular with the rise of work-from-home, and has been in and out of stock. The Audio-Technica ATR2100x [amzn.to] is another well regarded option for a dynamic mic with USB built-in (though more expensive, and I don't have personal experience with it).

Good luck!
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Dynamic microphones (rather than condenser mics) will indeed usually be a much better bet in rooms with outside noise or without good acoustic treatment. But the suggested XM8500 is a traditional XLR microphone that can't be connected to a computer without a separate audio interface.

Assuming you don't want to go down that road, there are a few good dynamic mics with USB built in. I suggest the Samson Q2U [amzn.to] but it's been popular with the rise of work-from-home, and has been in and out of stock. The Audio-Technica ATR2100x [amzn.to] is another well regarded option for a dynamic mic with USB built-in (though more expensive, and I don't have personal experience with it).

Good luck!
You can use XLR to USB cable and XM8500 will work just fine(It will work just fine with regular XLR to 3.5mm). Also, I assumed he doesn't want to spend more than what he wanted (Fifine Metal Condenser mic; usually around $30~$50).
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You can use XLR to USB cable and XM8500 will work just fine(It will work just fine with regular XLR to 3.5mm). Also, I assumed he doesn't want to spend more than what he wanted (Fifine Metal Condenser mic; usually around $30~$50).
ooh thats a fantastic idea. Do you have any recommendations for such a cable and a desk stand ? I hope that after buying all that the cost is not the same as the fifine lmao
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ooh thats a fantastic idea. Do you have any recommendations for such a cable and a desk stand ? I hope that after buying all that the cost is not the same as the fifine lmao
I don't have any specific recommendation for them. But If there is enough space on your desk, I recommend getting mic arm instead of mic stand. If you have enough space near your desk boom stand is another good option.
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Any deal on microphones for noisier environments ?

Like this one : Fifine Metal Condenser Recording Microphone.
Turn the gain down and have the mic right up at your mouth...... that's how I deal with the noisy backgrounds
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I bought this almost 6 years ago about the same price and still using it. Easy plug and play with pc, phone, ipad. Only 1 thing I wish it has is the option to switch on/ off the audio output.
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Which one to go with between samson q2u vs samson go.
Usage is to record songs. Budget is upto $60.

I'm new to mics and don't know the differences between q2u and go. There isn't much available online regarding comparison between these two entry level mics
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Found one left for pickup at my local Walmart for the same price. It's not in stock on Amazon until 6/15 so I went with Walmart.

https://www.walmart.com/ip/Samson.../614467919
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I make cooking videos with my cellphone and go pro. I need some recommendations on a mic that can be worn and also will eliminate the noise of the rangehood ( I cook Indian food so not running rangehood is not an option). I have learnt enough video editing but audio quality is really struggling.
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I make cooking videos with my cellphone and go pro. I need some recommendations on a mic that can be worn and also will eliminate the noise of the rangehood ( I cook Indian food so not running rangehood is not an option). I have learnt enough video editing but audio quality is really struggling.
Software noise cancellation would be able to remove the constant hum of the range hood no problem. It's going to require some additional hardware beyond a GoPro / cell phone camera though.

See an example here [youtube.com].
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