ObiTrev: I did a frequency analysis using Audition in order to compare your recordings, and the Audio Technica has better response in the 20hz to 100hz.
Ardel Ahmad 2: at2020 wins
Exo scoPeZ: lol jonathan back in the day
dm4uz3: Wow this is old
John B: crap man, you look so dead
Billy Jones: I think the AT2020 sounds the best, and the AT2020 PLUS has headphone jack, volume control etc.
Slaughter House Entertainment Company: yeti was better
mc wessam: 2 min start the audio compression
GamezBountyHunter: Not if you get the arm
TIIXS TV: yeti wins
Keane Kiat: i like the yeti but its too expensive. so i think snow ball would be good
WhenYouGoMadd: what audio interface are you using?
ener3: Blue Yeti has a richer sound. Audio-Technica has a cleaner sound.
VertexHero: I'm so conflicted! I need a mic for both voice and my acoustic guitar. The Blue Yeti wins for voice for me, but the Blue Yeti seems to "punchy" with the guitar (referring to your guitar audio test). Of course, it all depends on guitar, strings, environment, and 1,000,000 other things. The Audi Technica seems more fluid for me. Now granted, I play in fingerstyle 90% of the time, so the Blue Yeti might actually be a better fit with the punchy sound, due to my fingerstyle playing. Any thoughts on this?
ColonelCereal: I'd say that the AudioTechinica AT2020 have more of a rich thick sound. But snowball captures less. Snowball is good for beginner small YouTubers who wants a good budget performance mic. BUT, I would dream of getting the RAZ3R Seiren one day...
Knight Gash: damn jon 2010
Kylie Ren: No gain controll, no game. This is a problem for singers
aviatorsproket: I thought upgrading to a better microphone would make my voice sound better. I realised it's just my voice.
zx50 PD: Did you have the Snowball pointed upwards towards your mouth? That might explain the lack of richness in your voice. I've watched other videos where the person's voice has sounded nice and 'full' because of having the Snowball angled upwards towards their mouth.