Studio Recording

Studio Recording

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

Devoted to the details, same as you.

In the studio, every detail can mean the difference between good and great. So when you put your all into every take, do it with the microphones known for critical fidelity.

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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Further Reading

What’s the Difference Between Line and Mic Levels?
Are you confused by line level versus mic level? Well, you’re not alone. We’re often asked to explain the difference. Simply stated, these both refer to the voltage level of an audio signal.Wired and wireless microphones are typically connected to mic-level inputs, whereas most other audio devices use line level. (We’ll get to instrument- and speaker-level signals in a minute.) The voltage of each signal type varies significantly, however, making it important to know how they differ.What is mic level?A mic-level or microphone-level …
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Making a Mobile Recording Studio
Buskers are always on the move, often playing on a different city corner each day. So if you’re looking to record an album with Europe’s best street …
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Crossing the Channel with Producer Shel Talmy


 

Everyone in pro audio has a favourite-sounding record. This is not to be confused with their favourite song – that's something …
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What's the Difference Between the Shure SM57 & The SM7B?
Regular followers of this blog will be familiar with similar FAQ posts, including: describing the differences between the SM58 & SM57, and …
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Recording Drums: Part 1 - Setting up and Microphone Technique
A full drum kit can be one the most difficult instruments to record successfully. It requires a great deal of patience and a skilful drummer to …
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Recording & Mixing Bass Guitar
Bass is the backbone of your music, and in many cases – particularly with more modern styles – the whole metaphorical house would collapse without …
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How to Record and Mix Vocals
The human voice is extremely complex. Man made instruments, such as the piano, flute or even the guitar, can be emulated through sampling and …

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