The Shure SM57 goes back to 1937 when Shure professional engineer Ben Bauer designed the first single element directional microphone, since then Shure 57 microphone has achieved a great success like its twins sister Shure SM58, on one hand, its professional vocal treatment makes itself be widely used in instrument vocal uses, on the other hand, it is fascinated by many singers superstars, even some corporate managers and government leaders. The SM57 Shure microphone represents live studio Microphone, and many singers are the enthusiasts of classical music and rock music.
The Shure SM57 is really the well-known singer’s best option because of durable design and power to fully trust instruments that develop good sound force ranges, for example percussion instruments and various guitars. Many professors in musician school highly recommend the Shure 57 for four important roles in a drum kit: kick drum, snare drum, rack toms and floor tom.
Every United States President since Lyndon B. Johnson has made speeches with Shure SM57 microphone. It became the lectern microphone of the White House Communications Agency in 1965, the year of its introduction on the market.
No microphone is entirely whole without a nice choice of SM57. Perfect for live-sound or studio tracking, it is probably the most well-liked microphone on the planet with regard to carefully recording sound from any vocal or instrument-source. All of musicians have confidence in Shure 57’s renowned popularity to produce specialized effects on all of your audio projects.
The SM57 is actually a dynamic microphone that can take on the highest Sound Pressure Levels (SPL) without distortion. Consequently, it is usually selected primarily for high-range instrument sources. This process provides you with a powerful and energetic sound with lots of stick-crack and snare-buzz.