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  • Shure Ps-6

    Shure Ps-6 - "Over priced these days"


    throughout my production career I've owned 2 of theses PS-6 pop filters. They come with the following filter (fabric made) gooseneck arm clamp There are many companies out with the same looking pop filter, the truth is they lla work the same …

  • Shure KSM137

    Shure KSM137 - moosers's review


    The Shure KSM137 is a small diaphragm condenser that is made for using in a recording studio setting. This is a newer Shure mic, but I only used it for the first time recently. It's a cardioid microphone and has a 20 Hz to 20 kHz frequency response,…

  • Shure PG52

    Shure PG52 - "Nice for entry level mic"


    The Shure PG 52 is really meant to just sit in one place and have broadcasters speak into it (even though it’s a kick drum mic as well) This is Shure's flagship broadcasting and public speaking mic. However, it has been widely adopted into the pro a…

  • Shure SM57

    Shure SM57 - "Buy one."


    Dynamic Microphone Frequency Response - 40 to 15,000 Hz Polar Pattern - Unidirectional (cardioid), rotationally symmetrical about microphone axis, uniform with frequency. Sensitivity (at 1,000 Hz) Open Circuit Voltage: -56.0 dBV/Pa* (1.6 mV) *(1 …

  • Shure SM81-LC

    Shure SM81-LC - "Basic Mic, gets the job done"


    The Shure SM81 LC is more than its worth. I had bought all equipment needed to start recording previously and so when I got home and hit the record button, what I got was a very clear and concise sound. I have a basic in-home studio set up in my room…

  • Shure SM57-LCE

    Shure SM57-LCE - "Shure always rocks"


    Before I was using the Shure SM 57 LCE I was using an e609 which is an excellent dynamic mic too (I can't decide which I like better). After experimenting with different mic positions for an acoustic guitar, I found micing the SM57 close to the bridg…

  • Shure SM57

    Shure SM57 - " SM57, a safe bet"


    We no longer need to describe the  SM57, a worldwide bestseller that every studio has at least one copy. OVERALL OPINION The SM57 microphone is extremely versatile and robust, able to withstand very high sound pressures and adapted to any type…

  • Shure SM7B

    Shure SM7B - "shure wins again"


    When it comes to dynamics, I go to Shure. Granted, that opinion had been because of their SM58 alone, but no more. When I was looking for a mic to handle what I call "long haul" digital narration projects (well, okay, that and I wanted to buy anoth…

  • Shure SM48

    Shure SM48 - "love shure mics"


    I've always known the Shure SM 48 was great, and have often used it for drums and guitar. But today I was in a session and the ONLY condenser I had brought started doing some goofy things. So I busted out a good old Shure 48, and recorded all the voc…

  • Shure SM57

    Shure SM57 - "The industry standard for a reason"


    In my experience this is the most common mic on the stage and in the studio. It is a dynamic mic. It is the industry standard for a reason, it is tough, it is cheap, and it sounds good. I got mine second hand from a guy who had had it for years. The …