SM7B dynamisches Großmembranmikrofon
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- Studio-Microphon Shure SM7-B
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Das Shure SM7B ist ein dynamisches Mikrofon mit Nierencharakteristik und einem Übertragungsbereich von 50 bis 20.000Hz. Es eignet sich hervorragend für Gesang- oder Sprachaufnahmen. Aufgrund seiner außergewöhnlich klaren und warmen Wiedergabe machte sich das SM7B bereits in zahlreichen Rundfunkstationen einen Namen und hielt auch als Gesangsmikrofon Einzug in unzählige Musikstudios. Mit seinem dynamischen Aufbau ist es darüber hinaus sehr beliebt als Mikrofon für die Abnahme von Gitarren- und Bassverstärkern
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With all the ultra-high-end recording microphones available to the producers, why the unassuming SM7, then a standard for radio and voiceover applications? Here’s what Bruce had to say about it in his track-by-track memoir, In the Studio with Michael Jackson: “One of my absolute favorite microphones is the Shure SM7. I recorded most of the big hit records of Michael’s career with him in front of one of my SM7s. I’ve been pretty vocal about how much I love that microphone, it’s a great mic.”
I have no window treatments in my room, a computer, and a 5 disk array whirring in the background and this thing can cut them out and provide me with a signal so good I don't have to post process it. No joke.
I can talk about this all day but words would never do it justice. Check out my video (https://youtu.be/QarxpFpHq2o) for a demo of how this thing sounds. I have it pared with a Focusrite Scarlett 2i4 and Cloudlifter and it's a thing of beauty.
Video Demo With Unprocessed Audio
* Thick low-mids, a nice presence bump, and an agreeable proximity effect that has none of that "Help I'm trapped in a box" sound you get with an SM58 or other dynamic cardioid vocal mic.
* Off-axis noise rejection makes this a good choice for live room recording, where a condenser mic would get too much bleed.
* There's just something about the giant foam wind/pop screen that is fun to sing into. This is a friendly mic that sounds great.
You should know:
* You'll need a pre-amp with 60dB gain to get a proper level out of this mic. Most computer audio interfaces with built-in mic pre's have only 30-40db of gain. As a test, if an SM58 in your setup requires that you max the gain, you'll definitely need to pair this mic with an external pre-amp (you probably need one for your SM58 too!).
* This isn't intended as a hand-held live mic, though people have done it.
If you were a friend of mine, I'd probably tell you to save if you need to and just get the cloudlifter + the mic, there's many ways you can do it without the cloudlifter, but that +25db or +27db or whatever it is, of CLEAN PURE gain that the cloudlifter gives, REALLY helps. My vocals went from sounding scratchy and not there and extremely quiet with any sort of dynamic microphone, to being extremely boomy, clear, and easy to hear. Had this + the cloudlifter a long with a few minor tweaks on my mixer all set up within 20 minutes of receiving this thing in the mail. I was honestly thinking that I had to have done something wrong because this was just way too easy to set up for such great sounding audio, but my suspicion was invalid, I had setup everything just right and the mic + the cloudlifter was just as easy to set up as I had set it up like in the first place.
I was also concerned that maybe my mixer was too weak (I have a $50-$80 mixer, a behringer that does the trick and works great but I had suspicions) and that even with the cloudlifter the additional (Very minor) increase in gain I'd need would result in hissing... Not the case at all. As far as I'm aware, this mic + the cloudlifter could be hooked up to a potato and it would still sound fine. Very solid products, this mic, and the cloudlifter. No other Dynamic mic sounds as good as this one, now that I have the cloudlifter I can actually listen to the true sound quality, this mic (The Shure SM7B) beats any other dynamic mic of mine, at least for my vocals.
Hope you all have a great experience like I did! And remember, if you can, get a cloudlifter with this thing, do it! Makes a HUGE difference!