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Studio Recording

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

Crazy devoted to the details, same as you.

When you’re in the studio, every detail is significant. It can mean the difference between good and great. Or great and glorious. When you put your all into every take, do it with the microphones known for critical fidelity, every time.
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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Signal Path Podcast: International Anthem
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with Chicago record label INTERNATIONAL ANTHEM, which is known for its holistic approach to jazz and other experimental genres.
International Anthem co-founder Dave Allen and recording engineer David Vettraino.
Signature Edition SM7B Box Set
From the shure blog
Unboxing the 50th Anniversary Signature Edition SM7B
Few microphones have stood the test of time as well as the SM7B. Half a century after its introduction, Shure is celebrating this audio icon by …
Tim Henson
From the shure blog
Polyphia’s Tim Henson: ‘I Get Frustrated When Gear Is Too Complicated’
LOUDER caught up with fretboard wizard TIM HENSON from the Texan prog rock outfit POLYPHIA to ask him about collaborating with other artists in the …
Old SM7 photo and advertisement
From the shure blog
50 Years in the Making: The Rise of the Mighty SM7B
In 2023, Shure is celebrating the 50th anniversary of a microphone that has gained worldwide popularity among musicians, podcasters and streamers …
a piano miked
From the shure blog
How to Mike a Grand Piano for Recording and Live Sound
Join PAUL THE SOUND GUY, as he shows how to mike a grand piano for recording and live sound in the latest installment of the practical Shure video …
Circuit des Yeux
From the shure blog
Signal Path Podcast: Circuit des Yeux
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with HALEY FOHR, who makes avant-garde music defying easy categories as CIRCUIT DES YEUX.
From the shure blog
The Swiss Army Knife of Microphones: The SM57
From snare drums to guitar cabs and everything in between, the legendary SM57 is the Swiss Army Knife of microphones. But is it really good for …