I'm putting together a voice over studio. I only need to record one person at a time. Some of the vocals I will be mixing with music or background noise. I have a Dell PC, tape deck, mini disc and CD player. I have been told Mackie is a good brand for mixers. Through my research it looks like the shure SM57 is a good mic. I'm still looking for a good easy to use editing software. I would appreciate any input you can provide. Thanks
I agree with Matt
If your asking this question and your looking at a Shure SM57 for a VO mic then you really need to do some research on the art of noise.
some quick answer's for a mic and software are.
Neumann mics take a look (pricey)
Shure mics look at some others like the KSM series. (better price for low budget)
and there's a bunch more of other mics that are great out there.
Take a look at Protools LE for yourself with the Digi002 is what I like for low budget. Mackie don't go down that road (I personally don't like any of there stuff!)