Podcasting

Podcasting

Add some professional polish to your podcast. Shure microphones come in XLR for studio quality and USB for plug and play recording on the go.

Create, capture, and cast. Clearly.

Having a podcast is as simple as having something to say and a mic to talk into. But the right mic makes sure your listeners can hear your content clearly.

From the legendary SM7B radio microphone, to plug-and-play connectivity with your laptop or mobile device, Shure gives your podcast the audio edge.

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Podcasting, Streaming and More: Talking SM7B History and MV7 Future
Jack Drury and Shure historian Michael Pettersen talk about the history of the SM7B and how its DNA made its way into the MV7, a new microphone for podcasters, streamers and musicians.
Jack Drury
two women with SM7B and MV7 mics
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MV7 or SM7B: Which Mic is Right for You?
The SM7B has gained legendary status among producers, recording engineers and podcasters alike. Many will accept nothing else, but should they (and …
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Signal Path Podcast: Mary Spender
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with MARY SPENDER, an English singer-songwriter with a bluesy guitar style and a massive following on …
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How to Produce a Podcast from Home
Lousy acoustics, remote interviews and more: Recording a podcast from home can be a real challenge. JILL BEYTIN from the BEAR RADIO podcasting …
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Shure Signal Path Podcast: The Stories Behind the Music
Did Prince once nearly ruin his legendary live show? How do you convert a VW bus into a mobile recording studio? And what's it like working with …