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At Bass and Treble, we understand that a high-quality vocal microphone is essential for any musician, podcaster, or performer. Vocal microphones are specifically designed to capture the nuances and nuances of the human voice, making them an integral part of any recording or live performance setup.
As the premier provider of musical instruments and equipment in Nepal, we offer a wide range of vocal microphones to suit any need or budget. From dynamic microphones that provide a warm and clear sound to condenser microphones that capture every detail, we have the perfect microphone to help you take your performance to the next level.
Shure Dynamic Vocal Microphones:
As a musician, your vocal performance is one of the most important aspects of your craft. To ensure your voice is heard loud and clear, you need a reliable dynamic vocal microphone. Dynamic microphones are built to handle the high sound pressure levels of live performances while still delivering clear and accurate sound. At Bass and Treble, we offer a range of dynamic vocal microphones from Shure, one of the most trusted brands in the music industry.
The Shure PGA48 Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone is an excellent entry-level mic with a durable metal construction, an on/off switch, and a cardioid polar pattern that minimises background noise and feedback, making it ideal for live performances. For a classic look and sound, consider the Shure 55SH Series II Iconic Unidyne Vocal Microphone, featuring a cardioid polar pattern and shock-mounted cartridge to reduce handling noise.
The Shure SM58 Dynamic Vocal Microphone is a versatile and durable industry standard known for its tailored vocal response, warm and clear sound, and a pneumatic shock mount that reduces handling noise. The Shure BETA 58A-X Vocal Microphone with a supercardioid polar pattern delivers excellent off-axis rejection and high output levels with a consistent sound for use in noisy environments.
For a microphone frequently used in professional recording studios, check out the Shure SM7B Cardioid Dynamic Vocal Microphone. It has a warm and smooth sound that is perfect for recording vocals and instruments with a bass roll-off and mid-range boost for natural and clear sound. And the budget-friendly Shure SV200-Q-X Vocal Microphone features a unidirectional cardioid polar pattern, on/off switch, and clear and accurate sound, making it perfect for home recordings and small gigs.
Shure Condenser Vocal Microphones:
Condenser Vocal Microphones are an excellent choice for recording studios, musicians, and podcasters looking for high-quality sound. These microphones use a diaphragm close to a metal plate to create a voltage when sound waves hit it, which is then amplified and converted into sound. Compared to dynamic microphones, they capture more details and nuances in sound.
The Shure PGA181 Side-Address Cardioid Condenser Microphone is a versatile microphone that offers flexibility in microphone placement, thanks to its side-address design. It features a cardioid polar pattern that reduces background noise and a high-pass filter that eliminates unwanted low-frequency noise.
If you need a compact and portable option, the Shure MV5c Digital Condenser Microphone is perfect for you. It is specifically designed for podcasting, video conferencing, and home recordings, featuring a cardioid polar pattern that reduces background noise and an adjustable stand for flexible placement. It also has a headphone jack for real-time monitoring.
And if you want to capture high-quality audio on-the-go, the Shure MV88+ Digital Stereo Condenser Microphone is an excellent choice. It works with both iOS and Android devices, and features a stereo polar pattern that captures sound from all directions. Its companion app also allows for easy recording and editing of audio.
Shure Wireless Microphone Systems are an essential component for live performances and events. The Shure MX890-H5 Wireless Desktop Base is a perfect choice for those who need hands-free microphones. It features a sleek and compact design, a wireless transmission range of up to 300 feet, and a rechargeable battery that provides up to 10 hours of continuous use.
Shure USB Microphones have become increasingly popular due to their ease of use and versatility. The Shure MV7 USB Podcast Microphone is a great choice for those who want to produce high-quality audio recordings at home. It features a dynamic microphone capsule that provides clear and natural sound, a touch panel for easy control of microphone settings, and compatibility with both USB and XLR connections.
Shure Gooseneck Microphones are ideal for use in boardrooms, classrooms, and other settings where clear and directional audio is needed. The Shure MX410LP/C Gooseneck Microphone is a popular choice for these applications. It features a flexible gooseneck design that allows for easy positioning, a cardioid polar pattern that reduces unwanted noise, and a low-profile design that minimises visual distraction.
Shure Lavalier Microphones are great for capturing audio in situations where a traditional microphone might be too intrusive. The Shure MX150B/C Lavalier Microphone is a top-of-the-line option that provides clear and natural sound. It features a miniature condenser microphone that can be easily attached to clothing or other items, a cardioid polar pattern that reduces background noise, and a low-profile design that minimises visual distraction.
Can I use a USB microphone for recording vocals in a studio setup?
Yes, USB microphones like the Shure MV7 are excellent choices for recording vocals in a home studio setup due to their ease of use and affordability.
What type of microphone would be best for recording vocals in a home studio?
Condenser microphone like the AKG P220 is an excellent choice for recording vocals in a home studio due to their sensitivity and ability to capture subtle nuances in the voice.
Can a lavalier microphone be used for live vocal performances?
Yes, lavalier microphones like the Shure MX150B/C can be used for live vocal performances, but they may not provide the same level of sound quality and durability as a dynamic microphone designed specifically for live use.
What type of polar pattern should I look for when choosing a vocal microphone?
Cardioid and supercardioid polar patterns are ideal for vocal microphones as they provide good front-to-back rejection and can help reduce unwanted background noise and feedback.
What are the main factors to consider when choosing a vocal microphone?
The main factors to consider when choosing a vocal microphone include the type of microphone (dynamic or condenser), polar pattern, frequency response, sensitivity, durability, and budget. Additionally, the intended use case (live performance or studio recording) and the vocalist's personal preferences should also be taken into account.
How much does a good vocal microphone cost in Nepal?
The price of a good vocal Shure microphone in Nepal can range from NPR 3,000 to NPR 80,000 or more depending on the type, and features of the microphone you are interested in.