Studio Recording

Studio Recording

Studio microphones that record with precision, detail and an absolute minimum of self-noise.

Crazy devoted to the details, same as you.

When you’re in the studio, every detail is significant. It can mean the difference between good and great. Or great and glorious. When you put your all into every take, do it with the microphones known for critical fidelity, every time.
With side-address, probe and ribbon mics, Shure in the studio means you’re capturing sound at its most pure. And isn’t that the point?

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