Is this a professional mic (one with a three pin XLR connector?CeaSaR wrote: dynamic mic to be used through the line input of the music computer.
Are you sure that's really a condenser type?CeaSaR wrote:While the condenser
mic worked well enough for the first few recordings
Unless quite exotic its likely to be a crystal mic,
or more likely an Electret condenser microphone.
For live performances the mic is usually on a long
cable, and to work the signal is transformed to a
low impedance (150 to 600ohms) and made more
robust (against hum and pick up) with balanced
Some of these require a battery or phantom power
from the mixer board.
Studios can use more sensitive and delicate mics,
including condenser and ribbon types, which also
require DC power and are transformed to low-Z
for long cable runs. Some are 'tube mics' having
no solid-state amplifiers, and newer models output
AES/EBU digital data, no analog!