Nope, but happy to tell you about it! We use the Shure Beta 57a mic, the Mackie Onyx Blackjack, and we used to use Adobe Audition for our audio editing software and now use Pro Tools. If you're new to audio and do not plan on doing it full-time, I do not recommend learning Pro Tools. It's very powerful, but also difficult and confusing. Learning Audition is way easier. We also use izotope to clean our audio. I believe our producer, Levi Sharpe, also uses some additional plugins but I'm not sure what they are. Feel free to ping him for details!
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