regarding flute : DPA4061 with headset, the mic positioned some 5-7 cm on the right side of your mouth. I think it is as standard as the SM58/BETA57 options for singers.
I would avoid interference tube mics in places with a relatively loud sound field, you will get nasty comb filtering; plus the sweet spot of such microphones is small and not that easy to find/stay in when doing many things at once.
I’ve seen live sampling artists use boundary microphones to get all kind of stuff (voice, rocks, crumpling stuff…) into their loopers with great sounding results.
Depending on your process, a single of those mics can be sufficient.
In doubt/scarcity of resources i would favor a solid dynamic cardioïd as per previous advices.
A trick i learnt recently, regarding controllers (applies for live sampling but really for many other cases):
instead of using one button for each function (play, stop, record, loop), think of your process and streamline multiple functions around the course of a single knob. (ex. full ccw = stop; from 7 to 10, record; from 10 to 12, play loop; from 12 to 2, play loop with an added layer of granular stuff; etc.). Easy to do if your controller goes into a pd/max patch and feels clever once you figure a playable and memorizable layout