Live Streaming

Live Streaming

Connect with your audience. From smartphone streaming to sophisticated home broadcasts, Shure has microphones delivering professional-quality audio no matter your setup.

Broadcast with confidence. Every time.

The success of your streaming event depends on good audio. So make sure your message can be heard while gaming, podcasting or broadcasting live on Facebook, YouTube, and Twitch.

Bring Together the Best in Audio and Live Video
With Shure & Boxcast


How to Be a Bigger Streamer with Loserfruit
Whether it’s your passion, a side hustle or just for fun, take your livestreaming to the next level with this video chock full of great tips from our friend LOSERFRUIT.
Lucy May Walker Streaming on Twitch
From the shure blog
Is Streaming the New Busking? Lucy May Walker Explains
Nothing can replace live music, but streaming performances is as close as it gets for many artists these days. LUCY MAY WALKER tells us how she has …
Indietracks chemtrails
From the shure blog
Live Streaming: Taking the Party Online
What makes a livestream music event great and what do you need to make one happen? LOUDER spoke with people who’ve found success taking the party …
From the shure blog
Twenty Thousand Hertz Podcast: What Makes the SM7B so Special?
TWENTY THOUSAND HERTZ is the podcast that explores the world’s most recognizable sounds. Listen to a special episode telling the story of the SM7B …
woman recording with mv7
From the shure blog
How Does the MV7’s Voice Isolation Technology Work?
The new MV7 Podcasting Microphone has taken the content creation scene by storm since its debut late last year. Find out how its innovative Voice …
Jack Drury
From the shure blog
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 …
two women with SM7B and MV7 mics
From the shure blog
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 …