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Shure SM7B Microphone Unboxing

Shure SM7B Microphone Unboxing

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Recently I was looking around for a new tutorial microphone. One that wouldn’t pick up so much background noise from being so sensitive!

I finally decided on the Shure SM7B. It’s been my most expensive microphone so far, but from listening in comparison to my other microphones, I’ve really enjoyed it’s sound and how it looks.

The Shure SM7B is a super well-known microphone in the audio industry. I’d definitely recommend it!

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This has been an awesome mic. I’ve loved it for my tutorials as well as recording my vocal for my music!

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GratuiTous is a Christian music producer striving to perfect his skills as a beatmaker, mixer, and mastering engineer. His articles strive to keep things simple, yet touch on the topic complex enough to have a decent understanding. He also releases email series such as his FL Studio Beginner's Series, or FL Studio Crash Course series.

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