...the drums. But I have a buttload of mics from which to choose, from 87's to 451's to 4050's, 57's, RE20's, SM7's, 441's and 421's, 414's, TLM103, Sony's, Rodes, iSK's, old EV's, etc... I need all those mics, and want more. The preamps... meh. The ones I have work just fine. A few clean, a...
...the fact that he's psychologically comfortable with the mic. We're hearing performance more than the sound of the mic. And the SM7 (the "b" wasn't introduced until 2001, 20 years after Thriller) is actually quite a nice vocal mic.
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Shure’s SM7 was introduced in 1976 and is available today as the SM7B. The mic began life as a broadcast microphone and was essentially a development on the earlier SM5 model. For the development of the SM7, Shure engineers were given the SM57 cartridge elements (Unidyne III) and asked, without restrictions on size or cost to essentially make it better.