From deep bass chords to the sharp notes at the high ivories, Shure piano microphones give you sound that’s grand.

Premium piano sound that’s as clear as black and white.

Giving high notes the articulation to really sing. Giving low notes the support to carry the rhythm. Shure professional microphones give every key its due.

Side-address mics for full-bodied sound. Small condenser mics for highly accurate capture. And premium ribbon microphones for studio magic. Treat your technique to some technical wizardry.

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Miking a Grand Piano: December 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 miking a grand piano.Jeff in Pennsylvania asked about piano miking:
I am currently using two boundary mics affixed to the underside of the grand piano lid at our church. Is this the best approach? It's intended as a permanent installation. The mics go directly to the mixing board. Shure product support answered:
There are several ways to mic a grand piano for live sound …
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Versatility: The BETA 181
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