1/5 Shure SM7b
Nathan: This guy is a shoe-in for almost any male rock vocal. No thrills but on point. I find it so malleable to mix into a loud track especially with vocalists that don’t have great dynamic control.
Name: Shure SM7b | Year Introduced: 1973 | Type: Dynamic | Pattern: Cardioid
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