Accidentally posted this to The Cellar instead of in here, like I meant to, so I'm reposting it here! I've been getting more and more into singing and would like to pic up a nice (kinda mid range price) vocal mic. Right now, my mic collection includes a SM57, SM58, and Cascade Fathead II. I know it can be really hard to suggest mics for vocals, especially over the internet, but I thought I'd see if you all might have some good suggestions for what to look into. I'm a tenor (to the extent those classifications mean much outside of classical music). My voice might be a bit similar to Jeff Buckley (so I've been told), though my falsetto isn't as clear and strong as his is yet (really started working on strengthening that recently, as I'm still basically still a newer singer). Not that I'm anywhere near as good of a singer as he is or anything like that. My timbre and tone are just similar and his stuff is in a pretty decent range for me. Otherwise, a lot of Chris Cornell stuff lines up pretty great with my range, though my voice seems a little bit lighter or brighter than his. I've been sort of looking at the AT4047, though that is a bit pricey ($699). Seems like it's pretty versatile though, beyond vocals. Otherwise, I'm not really sure what might be worth considering. Neumann mics or anything in that ballpark will be way more than I'd want to spend right now.