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What would you say is the best microphone for your money? Currently stuck between either the Rode NT USB or the Blue Yeti but leaning towards the Rode due to the pop filter

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>USB mics are garbage... true?

The thing is that USB Mics are made for consumers, who have no studio gear at home.
So what you get is consumer quality most of the time.
A USB mic is technically more complex than an analog one (active electronics, DAC), so an equal quality one has to be more expensive than the equivalent analog one.
Ther are indeed good USB mics.
I am using the Rode NT-USB at work. It's almost 200$ but worth every cent.
If your USB mic has a volume control, its propably shit. (Volume control is pointless on digial output recording devices)

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