Best microphone for digital pianos


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Hello! I am asked to record a song but I don't have a microphone yet. I have Roland FP-30. What type of microphone should I buy?
 
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I'm not sure why you think we should be concerned with matching the correct microphone to your keyboard, they are independent of each other. Even if you are trying to connect your microphone through some input to your keyboard the microphone itself has nothing to do with this. It would be the connector, not the microphone, that you would be concerned with.

The industry standard mic for vocals is a Shure SM58. Look for a used one, they can be rebuilt even if it has issues.

How do you propose connecting everything to do a recording? My advice would be a small mixer that accepts a microphone input and also where you can connect your keyboard to.

SM58: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Shure-SM58...2d1b408e91:g:UecAAOSwRtlfnHCF&redirect=mobile

Mixer: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/used...JvrBJyaUZa84RFxt4-JZqh5GgYlh2oeAaAggJEALw_wcB
 
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I'm not sure why you think we should be concerned with matching the correct microphone to your keyboard, they are independent of each other. Even if you are trying to connect your microphone through some input to your keyboard the microphone itself has nothing to do with this. It would be the connector, not the microphone, that you would be concerned with.

The industry standard mic for vocals is a Shure SM58. Look for a used one, they can be rebuilt even if it has issues.

How do you propose connecting everything to do a recording? My advice would be a small mixer that accepts a microphone input and also where you can connect your keyboard to.

SM58: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Shure-SM58...2d1b408e91:g:UecAAOSwRtlfnHCF&redirect=mobile

Mixer: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/used...JvrBJyaUZa84RFxt4-JZqh5GgYlh2oeAaAggJEALw_wcB
I'm not sure why you think we should be concerned with matching the correct microphone to your keyboard, they are independent of each other. Even if you are trying to connect your microphone through some input to your keyboard the microphone itself has nothing to do with this. It would be the connector, not the microphone, that you would be concerned with.

The industry standard mic for vocals is a Shure SM58. Look for a used one, they can be rebuilt even if it has issues.

How do you propose connecting everything to do a recording? My advice would be a small mixer that accepts a microphone input and also where you can connect your keyboard to.

SM58: https://www.ebay.com/itm/Shure-SM58...2d1b408e91:g:UecAAOSwRtlfnHCF&redirect=mobile

Mixer: https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/used...JvrBJyaUZa84RFxt4-JZqh5GgYlh2oeAaAggJEALw_wcB

Yes sorry, I'm so new to this and I just learned also about mixers. I'm really ignorant in these Anyway thank you so much for the answer!!
 

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