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    You guys are hilarious! LOL an SM57 with a condom on it ain't quite gonna work for me. Far too large for one and for two why not just use a zip-lok bag or something Hahaha. Still on the lookout though. Hydrophone is a good idea. I'd like to try one or at least speak to someone who has used one before laying down the cash for one! The mic really needs to fit all the way inside the mouth and proper diction isn't necessary in my case. Just needs to capture the totality of the sounds waves generated in the mouth cavity without distortion on either the high end or the low end! Thanks again for all your responses! I've had a lot of fun reading them!

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    Just get a little lavelier mic or something, stick it in something like a condom, balloon, plastic bag, finger off a rubber glove, whatever. Maybe a rubber band or something to seal it up as well as you can. I once got to witness somebody jam a microphone up their ass. It was a harsh noise set, so wasn't really supposed to sound good, but I was fascinated by the way it would get different frequencies of feedback based on position and posture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by micmadness View Post
    Just needs to capture the totality of the sounds waves generated in the mouth cavity without distortion on either the high end or the low end!
    Post some sound clips...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashcat_lt View Post
    balloon, plastic bag, finger off a rubber glove, whatever.
    None of those come in exciting fun flavors tho.

    I once got to witness somebody jam a microphone up their ass. It was a harsh noise set, so wasn't really supposed to sound good, but I was fascinated by the way it would get different frequencies of feedback based on position and posture.
    I'd watch that set.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ashcat_lt View Post
    ...get different frequencies of feedback based on position and posture.
    Position and posture of posterior, I assume?
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    Quote Originally Posted by VomitHatSteve View Post
    I'd watch that set.
    It was cool. They destroyed a metal ladder. I think there was something happening with cassette tapes. Fun times.

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