Guitar Amp Mics (High Gain) - Lewitt MTP 440 DM vs. Shure SM57



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Checking out the Lewitt MTP 440 DM and Shure SM57 on a Krank guitar cab fed by a Krank Revolution 1 head.

MTP 440 DM
The MTP 440 DM is a versatile dynamic instrument microphone for anyone looking to achieve a remarkable sound in live and studio situations. Its high-performance capsule and tailored frequency response make this the perfect fit for your snare drum, guitar amp, and other sources of higher volume levels. A microphone clip and protective leatherette bag are included. Your mic for punchy, lively instrument recordings.

SM57
Cardioid dynamic instrument microphone offers clean reproduction of amplified and acoustic instruments. Features include contoured frequency response for rich vocal pickup, background noise reduction, and a pneumatic shock mount system.

MTP 440 DM:
https://www.lewitt-audio.com/microphones/mtp-live/mtp-440-dm

SM57:
https://www.shure.com/en-MEA/products/microphones/sm57

00:00 - Intro
00:49 - Demo (Individual)
01:50 - It Doesn’t Matter What You Think
02:31 - Demo (Blended)
03:10 - Outro


All the audio recorded in our videos is recorded direct into either an M-Audio Profire 2626 or a Behringer Ultragain Pro-8 interface direct into Logic Pro X mixed using stock plugins on a Mac Pro 3,1 (2007 model) running OSX 10.11.6.



Guitar Amps - Shure SM57 and Lewitt MTP 440DM

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