Podcasting

Podcasting

Add a touch of 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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Dallas Taylor sitting in a chair
Casey Driessen in a field
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Jack Drury
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two women with SM7B and MV7 mics
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Signal Path Podcast: Mary Spender
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