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- Distortion-Free Vocals: Upgraded frequency response helps ensure your voice is heard with utmost clarity while singing in Rock Band 4
- Accurate Voice Reproduction: Ignite the crowd with this Rock Band 4 microphone boasting a high Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR) that faithfully reproduces the sound of your voice
- Detects Loud and Quiet Singers: From shouts to whispers, the mic's wide dynamic range hears all types of singing during your Rock Band set
- Creates Vocal Harmonies: Great as a secondary mic to add another vocalist to your band
- Extra-Long USB Cable: Measuring 15 feet (4.6 meters), a lengthy cord gives you plenty of space to move around and pump up the audience
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Rock Band 4's Vocal Improvisation gives you the creative freedom to add a personal touch to every track. Belt out the highs and croon the lows of your favorite songs with the Rock Band 4 USB Microphone. Boasting a wide dynamic range and high Signal to Noise Ratio (SNR), you can work the crowd into a frenzy during your best Rock Band set. The Rock Band 4 microphone accurately captures performances from the loudest and quietest singers, and does it all without distortion
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I played RB way too much. For a time it was literally the only game I played and I probably burned out several of my old Xbox 360s because of it. When I got RB 4, I simply used my old RB 3 and my old RB Beatles mics. It was a bad idea as it was clear that my old mics were not registering properly. Songs that I used to easily gold star seemed suddenly out of reach. Launching overdrives was also a pain. The mics were picking up all the amibent sound and ruining combos for me. Even breathing was launching overdrives.
I decided to buy the new mic and it made a huge difference. The mic is easy to hold, picks up my voice perfectly and doesn't pick up any of the music from the TV (and as a result I don't see overdrives launching for no reason). Long story short, if you're a vocalist and want a solid mic for RB 4 and the old mics don't cut it, then get this mic. Don't even wait, just do it
When we have parties and play Rock Band I don't see a lot of difference between this and the old mic for the folk who sing on Medium or Easy with the exception of tapping. So, it may not be worth it to lay out the cash if you're not looking for a more exacting mic...unless the tapping is driving you nuts, then it's definitely worth it.
Overall, if you like singing in RB, this should be a no brainer.