I lined up the Shure PG kit against an Audix DP7 drum mic kit I use live. We can take a fair guess that some, like the PGA57 and PGA58 are based on older, iconic Shure mics, whilst others like the PGA181 appear to be new designs. Shure is a name that has been synonymous with quality microphones for many years, with the SM57 and SM58 in particular often recognised as the industry standard for snare and vocal mics respectively. A fantastic looking and sounding set of microphones that could be a long lasting starter set for a budding studio engineer or a workhorse set for a professional performing musician. In terms of frequency response across the board, this collection should be more than enough for everyday live and studio use. Your email address will not be published. Again, a little inflexible compared to other mounts, but a handy attachment for the right kit. One letdown was that the frequency response changed more dramatically as I moved around the mic than other LDCs. So in the seven-piece drum mic kit, there’s the PGA52 kick mic and three PGA56 tom mics, derived from the Beta series; a PGA57 snare mic, drawn from — you guessed it — the SM57; and two SM-inspired PGA81 cardioid condensers for stereo overheads. The 16" bubinga floor tom is especially well represented by the neat little dynamic mic, thudding through the subwoofer with every strike. Compared to an SM57 it’s a bit less sensitive, a bit lighter in the bottom end, and has a similar sort of peak around the 6kHz mark (I’m looking at the traces on the website here - I didn’t actually measure it). Receive mail from us on behalf of our trusted partners or sponsors? This is also something that translates well when used in a pair for overhead microphones, giving added “brilliance” to the sound of the cymbals in capturing the high-frequency content. Whereas the PGA58 sits at a more professional level, and is built on many of the characteristics of Shure‘s best selling SM58, maintaining a sound that is perfect for live vocals. https://t.co/KV5UWhQ5lQ, New Gear Review: Shure PG Alta Studio Starter Kit, Artists & Venues: Navigating the Pandemic, Songwriting Competitor Joanie Leeds Earns Grammy Nom, Chicago's Bill Champlin Signs With Imagen Records. Who is the best online guitar personality of 2020? The product description pitches it for speech, acoustic guitar, strings and brass, as well as vocals, hi-hats, drum overheads and other acoustic instruments. Probably the best case to investigate would be a comparison of 58s. The entry-level PG ALTATM line has 14 new products ideal for small venue performances, aspiring musicians and home recording sessions. "The swivel joint and quick-release latch are welcome features and work not only practically, but are aesthetically pleasing too". For example, the PG56, part of the drums and percussion section of the range, feature high-quality quick release clamps. It’s a bit of a mixed bag when it comes to how inspired these cut-down versions actually are. Remarkably similar, in fact, with just a little less presence — like a good understudy. They each has a silver metallic grille that is very rugged and durable, ready for heavy-duty usage. If my budget for a drum mic kit only extended this far, I’d rather have an entire mic kit that gave me the full picture than just a couple of mics to play with. Rounding out the gaggle of mics I had on loan were the PGA27 large diaphragm condenser I mentioned before; the small diaphragm PGA 181 side address condenser — a tubbier version of the nifty Beta 181; and the PGA58 — no prizes there. The PGA58’s motor assembly sits in a rubber-mounted cup, a similar design to a lot of other handheld dynamics. Bath Some of you may recognise the familiar titles borrowed from the Shure Beta range. In fact, there was not a lot of difference between the normal and hi-passed takes at this distance. So keep that in mind. In that position, it can sound better than a mic worth 10 times as much that’s not designed for that purpose. Does it sound the same? Founded in 1977 on the principle of bridging the gap between “the street and the elite,” Music Connection has grown from a popular print publication into a spectrum of products and services that address the wants and needs of musicians, the music tech community and industry support services. According to the Shure website the PGA57 is “Best suited for” electric guitar, and “Also great for” Snare, Toms and Brass - which is about what we probably expected. Each microphone set is supplied with a PGA52 for kick drum, PGA57 for snare, PGA56s for toms (all cardioid dynamic) and a pair of phantom powered PGA81 cardioid condensers for use as overheads (six and seven-piece sets only). Shure PG81 Microphone review. The kit also comes with a zip up carry case, and enough clips and mic leads. If none of the mics I’ve mentioned here seem to do quite what you need, then check out the rest of the PG ALTA series; There are condenser and dynamic mics for instruments, vocals and some drum-specific models (though “drum” mics can sound wonderful on other sources too) with a good range of mounts including stand and gooseneck clips. As previously mentioned, all other mics in the set require external stands or mounts which will increase the overall price slightly. barryrudolph.com. Thank you for signing up to Musicradar. It’s a revolution in anti-revolvers. The microphone features a specially designed microphone cartridge, for clear reproduction of wind instruments.

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