Home Recording

Home Recording

A home studio microphone from Shure can infuse professional sophistication into your music track, podcast, or VO.

Record like a pro at home or on the go.

The home recording tech available today lets creators go from concept to cultural mainstay practically overnight. But whether it’s a song, a podcast, or a video, the audio quality can make the difference.

Home studio microphones, headphones, and audio interfaces by Shure enhance vocal clarity and screen out background noise. Learn how to infuse professional sophistication into your setup. Whether in your bedroom or on the go, turn up the quality to build up your “likes.”

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How Do You Do That? Set Up Your MV7 as an Aggregate Device
Learn how to take advantage of both the USB and XLR audio outputs of your MV7 microphone on your Mac computer in the latest installment of the practical Shure video series HOW DO YOU DO THAT?
Aggregate device selection
Martina Topley-Bird
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Signal Path Podcast: Martina Topley-Bird
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with MARTINA TOPLEY-BIRD, a trip-hop pioneer known for thriving on creative collaboration who is back with …
Annie Wagstaff
From the shure blog
Annie Wagstaff Records Entire Song with the MV88+ Stereo USB
Join ANNIE WAGSTAFF in her studio and follow her process of creating and recording a full song from start to finish using only one microphone – the …
A recording studio.
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Sounding Out Home Studio Acoustics
You can have the best recording equipment in the world, but that won’t matter much if you don’t first sort out your home studio acoustics.
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 …
From the shure blog
Signal Path Podcast: Mikey Young
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with MIKEY YOUNG, a musical multitasker who has moved from playing in influential Australian rock bands to …
From the shure blog
Mark Sultan Forms the Ultimate BBQ Backing Band – from Home
Garage rock legend MARK SULTAN aka BBQ is making an album where anyone in the world can be part of his backing band. He explains his remote …