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Further Reading

SM58 Technology: How the SM58 works
SM58 Technology: How the SM58 works View the role of each component in delivering the SM58’s reliable sound quality and combat-ready ruggedness. Designed to dent upon impact, shock-absorbing grille protects the cartridge from damage. Foam on top of the resonator cap serves as the second stage in pop filtering. Calculated porting in capsule ensures a uniform cardioid polar pattern across the frequency range for maximum gain-before-feedback. Pneumatic shock mount virtually eliminates stage vibration and handling …
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Owning A Microphone: Why It’s a Must for Singers
In a perfect world, all equipment you use at a venue is pristine and in reliable working condition. You sound phenomenal through it because the …
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10 Things You Might Not Know About the SM58
This year Shure celebrates the 50th anniversary of the world's most popular mic, the Shure SM58® Vocal Microphone. Loyal users know that this rugged …
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Vocal Health Tips from Singer Meg Mac
When you're hitting the road playing shows night after night, the most important thing to any singer is vocal health. It can be hard, especially …
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KSM8 Dualdyne - 77 Years in the Making
For more than 90 years, Shure has provided the world with ground-breaking technology and innovative audio solutions. In 1939, we developed the …
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Microphone Basics: Transducers, Polar Patterns, & Frequency Response
There is no such thing as a one size fits all microphone. If such a device were to exist, it would have to tick a lot of boxes; so many, that it …
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What's the Difference Between Shure SM57 and Beta 57A?
You'd be hard-pressed to find a band that hasn't used the celebrated SM57 at least somewhere in their career. To this day, the SM57 remains number …

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