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Thursday, December 16, 2010

The Shure KSM44 Microphone Reviewed - What You Need to Understand About this Particular Instrument!

By Lee Murray

Another great product from Shure,the reknowned wireless microphone manufacturer, is the Shure KSM44. It's the perfect professional quality microphone for everyday use.

If you're considering making professional recordings in the future, here are some things that you should keep in mind about the Shure KSM44.

Using Shure KSM44 definitely records high quality vocals, making it sound like it was professionally recorded. Whether the environment is in a studio or simply just a room, the quality of the voice never deteriorates. The voice, when recorded, is full and clear, thus maintaining the quality of the natural voice, without being shrill or too deep.

And if you like to record acoustic music, there's even better news. Shure KSM44 records well with other sound sources, most especially the guitar. Even if you are recording both your singing and guitar-playing, you don't have to worry about your guitar sounding like nails screeching on a blackboard. You will have a clean, high quality song, just like how professionals do it.

Shure KSM44 is quite durable. People who have used the product state that although they have mistakenly dropped this microphone several times on the floor, its quality has not diminished. It is a good investment and you are rest assured that your microphone will go a long way.

The flexibility of Shure KSM44 is another reason why it is a good investment. It has 3 separate polar patterns which can be used upon your choice. You can record as if you're in a studio, or as if you were in a normal room environment. It is like having 3 microphones in one.

However, most reviewers do not advice Shure KSM44 to be used for overly bright sound sources. There is a tendency for the recording to sound too shrill or too unnatural.

You'll have the ability to try different settings and see how they work with your recordings due to the many special features you'll be getting with this microphone.

You won't have to deplete your savings on a $3000 Neumann U87 microphone to have a professional grade recording done. With Shure KSM44, you will have the same recording experience without spending like crazy.

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