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
Do you have an audio issue that's driving you nuts? Are you wondering which mic, wireless system, headphone, or phono cartridge is best for you? You're not alone.

Shure Notes email subscribers are a curious and creative bunch. If you join their ranks, then every month, in our digest of audio how-to tips, product info, artist news, and events listings, you'll see the latest subscriber question followed by the answer from one of our expert support engineers. Plus, you'll get the chance to ask your own question by clicking the "Ask …
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Recording Drums Part 6 - Bringing It All Together
Welcome to the final part in our series. 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
Welcome back. Today we're going to look at one of the most important factors in bringing a drum kit recording together. In any recording where …
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Recording Drums Part 4 - Compression
Welcome to part 4. Compression is the most misunderstood, but also incredibly powerful tools at our disposal. Once again, we're joined by engineer …
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Recording Drums Part 3 - Gates
Welcome to part 3. By this point in the game, you've finished recording your drums, and you're well on the way to creating a polished mix. In our …
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Recording Drums Part 2 - EQ for Drums
In part 1 of our recording drums series, we looked at how to set up and mic your drums. For part 2, we're moving to the mix. By this stage, we're …
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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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