Susan Tedeschi – The Shure Interview – Global Sound

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Susan Tedeschi - The Shure Interview

This is a video interview with soulful singer and guitar player, Susan Tedeschi, who sat down with Shure to talk about her music and her microphones.
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The legendary Shure SM58® vocal microphone is designed for professional vocal use in live performance, sound reinforcement, and studio recording. Its tailored vocal response for sound is a world standard for singing or speech. A highly effective, built-in spherical filter minimizes wind and breath “pop” noise. A unidirectional (cardioid) pickup pattern isolates the main sound source while minimizing unwanted background noise. Rugged construction, a proven shock-mount system, and a steel mesh grille ensure that even with rough handling, the SM58 will perform consistently, outdoors or indoors. How to spot a fake Shure SM58 Look at the XLR connector on the bottom. On authentic Shure microphones, each of the XLR pins will be labeled as 1, 2, and 3. Most fake microphones will not have these markings, and instead, will have some sort of connector branding logo or, more commonly, no markings at all. Look under the hood of the SM58. Unscrew the windscreen from your SM58 microphone. Examine the bottom of the windscreen; on the metal ring that goes around the thread, you’ll notice a lip. A flat lip is a telltale sign of a fake microphone; the authentic SM58 will have a rounded edge. Look at the capsule on the top of the microphone. On fake SM58, you’ll find a “CAUTION” sticker wrapped around the capsule head. This is not on authentic microphones. On both the SM58 and SM57, carefully unscrew the microphone in the middle. You’ll see the inside of the microphone, with two wires

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  3. For really high quality recording, everything has to be premium quality products. You can use a PC sound card and just buy an XLR to USB converter, but the mic has to be of excellent quality so that the sound isn’t compromised. The editing interface you use has to have excellent features so that you can tweak it to the maximum… but if the sound captured in the first place is crap, there’s only so much the interface can do to clean it up.

  4. meaning the standard sound card that a pc comes with isn’t going to cut it? as far as a 2009 HP p6213w which is what I have. If I sprung out and got an expensive sound card would the difference in quality be worth it? I’m an artist and I take it serious so I’m trying to get the best sound quality possible and it’s hard. I have this mic which doesn’t sound good at all on my pc, and an SE 2200a which sounds decent. But I wanna know how to sound better. At least CD quality.

  5. It depends on how good the producer/mixer is and also depends on a lot of things… acoustics of the room, equipment…. but I don’t think the digital interface has anything to do with it. Digital interfaces are just meant for editing. If you’re recording through a PC, you need a good pre-amp and possibly sound card to record at the best, and then move on from there.

  6. yeah but do you need a thousand dollar interface or something to get the high quality vocals or does it sound the same with any priced interface??

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