Shure needs little introduction – odds on, if you’ve ever performed a gig or been in any studio you’ll know the SM58 and SM57 microphones like old friends. With good reason too – it’s an industry standard that current world-beating artists have grown up with, and for vocal and instrument recording and performance Shure has cemented itself as one of the most important names found clipped into a mic stand.
That, however, shouldn’t stop you from looking further into the comprehensive range of higher-end mics – the likes of the SM81 uni-directional cardioid condenser and KSM9 vocal condenser are absolutely worth the attention of any engineer upping their game.
Or why not take your live show wireless with the Shure PGX range? It’s an affordable, powerful range that’ll give your vocalists and guitarists that much more freedom to take the music very literally into the audience.
Shure cartridges and styli are also very well renowned in the DJ world, the
M44-7 known as the battle cart and ready for involved, endurance scratch work with skip-resistance and high output – it’s a legendary product for a reason.
Audio consumers will also know Shure for manufacturing some of the best inner-ear headphones on the market, providing pristine quality for your on-the-move listening endeavours.