Drums & Percussion

Drums & Percussion

Percussion and drum microphones shape the sound to your style. Mics specialized for each drum or cymbal. Overheads. Complete sets. Shure covers your kit.

Shape the setup to your sound.

Just like a cookie-cutter trap set won’t hold your tune, a one-size-fits-all microphone setup won’t always fit your kit. A lot of pieces? A leaner set? There’s always a mic combo that suits your sticks.

Shure drum and percussion microphones cover every shell and cymbal smarter. For a beginner or a touring professional, in the studio or at the show, we’ve got the options to help you customize the coverage to your kit.

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Further Reading

In-Ear Monitors for Singing Drummers: June 2016 Question of the Month
Shure Notes email newsletter subscribers submit their burning audio questions every month, and we pick one to publish in the email and here. This month, we focus on in-ear monitor solutions for drummers who sing.
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Recording Drums Part 6 - Bringing It All Together
Part six in our series about how to record drums. To finish our drum recording tuition, Jay walks trough the process of bringing an entire kit …
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Recording Drums Part 5 - Phase Cancellation
In any recording where multiple microphones are used to capture a single sound source, the phase relationship between each microphone is critical. …
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Recording Drums Part 4 - Compression
Part 4 of our drum recording series focuses on compression. Compression is the most misunderstood, but also incredibly powerful tools at our …
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Recording Drums Part 3 - Gates
In part 3 of our drum recording series, we look at the advantages and process of applying gates to individual drums during the mix.
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Recording Drums Part 2 - EQ for Drums
For part 2 of this drum recording series, we're looking at mixing. Our guest engineer, Jay Stapley, guides you through this process.
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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. Don't let this discourage you, though, as your efforts will reward …

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