Shure SM7B Cardioid Dynamic Microphone, by Shure

Shure SM7B Cardioid Dynamic Microphone, by Shure
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Shure SM7B Cardioid Dynamic Microphone, by Shure

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Description of Shure SM7B Cardioid Dynamic Microphone, by Shure

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Manufacturer Description

SM7B Cardioid Dynamic Microphone. The flat, 50Hz-20kHz frequency response of the Shure SM7B Microphone with Switchable Action is developed specifically for spoken word, however tape-recording engineers have actually discovered that it's likewise a remarkable mic for adding body to thin vocals and handling loud rock/metal vocalists. It likewise has the ability to tame severe or sibilant noises from hi-hat, cymbals, and voice. The SM7B is highly protected versus electrical interference, and consists of bass roll-off and mid-range emphasis (existence increase) controls with graphic display, and internal "air suspension" shock isolation. It ships with a basic windshield and an A7WS detachable windshield for close-talk applications. Need some convincing that this might be the mic for you? This is the singing mic, then known as simply the SM7, that Bruce Swedien used to record Michael Jackson's vocals on Thriller, the best-selling album of perpetuity and it's a favorite of Anthony Kiedis of Red Hot Chili Peppers as well. Application note: The SM7B is a low output mic, so plugging direct into an audio user interface might not use adequate gain. In such a case you require a preamp with a good quantity of gain. Due to its smooth noise and thickening attributes, a transparent-sounding preamp will be a preferred option. (See our Preamp Purchasing Guide for an extensive discussion of transparent vs. color preamps.).

Product Features

Flat, wide-range frequency response Bass roll-off and mid-range emphasis controls Optimized shielding against broadband interference Internal "air suspension" shock isolation Built-in pop filter for protection against plosives Rugged construction and excellent cartridge protection The flat, 50Hz-20kHz frequency response of the Shure SM7B Microphone with Switchable Response is designed especially for spoken word, but recording engineers have discovered that it's also an exceptional mic for adding body to thin vocals and handling loud rock/metal singers It also has the ability to tame harsh or sibilant sounds from hi-hat, cymbals, and voice The SM7B is highly shielded against electrical interference, and includes bass roll-off and mid-range emphasis (presence boost) controls with graphic display, and internal "air suspension" shock isolation It ships with a standard windscreen and an A7WS detachable windscreen for close-talk applications

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