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Shure PGDMK6 vs Sennseiser Evolution Drum Mics

Using Shure PGDMK6 and Sennheiser Evolution drum mics, we wanted to be able to hear direct comparisons. The Shure kit is marketed as a more affordable entry level product and it came with kick, 3 tom mics, 2 overheads, clamps and XLRs.. The Sennheiser series is their upper end product, more expensive.. with kick and 4 toms mics with clamps. So we aren't doing a level ground shootout or anything here. It's just to show the differences. Is it worth the money to upgrade? Can you hear a difference?
Estudio Tamboril : Shure sm57 and Sennheiser mics.
GatoPaint : I think the shure pg52 could be a good outside kick drum mic
Aidandogg38 : I have randomly been able to attain that specific compressor sound on the snare, toms and kick. But I have found myself missing that sound A LOT and can't find ANY compressor plug-in doing the job! Anyone else hearing that VERRYY specific THWACKY, thin but in a good way, and quick compressed snare sound?? I can't explain it other than that MeldaProductions once gave me this sound on my snare and kick, but ever since switching to other softwares (this was like 4-5 years ago), I can't get that sound! The thin thwack! ANyway... what compressor did you use on the drums?? I would kill for this sound back in my life.
Ramon Key : I like the Shure mics only because of the overheads. The Sennheiser were warmer on the toms. Both these mics seem good for demos your gonna need to EQ the mic and Bass drum any way to get the best sound or buy a better overhead condenser with a larger diaphragm. The guy pacing back and forth seemed worried his boss was gonna come in or his girlfriend was waiting in the car lol
SnowdriftBoy : Wow! This just made my day! :-)
Agree that recording could have sounded better, but it's a useful video. PGs are good for what they are, but I've always felt there's a good musicality in Sennheiser's tom mics; the drums get to sing nicely. Surprised at how well the Evolution series on the snare worked. Am very fond of 441. Would be happy to work with both mic sets depending on the situation, but would prefer Sennheiser. The most 'subjective' choice in studio would be the kick I believe — depending on the sound one was aiming for. The only mics I'm generally not to fond of is the PG series on OH, but it was good that you kept them to compare close-mics like for like.
Nice video! Playing it again, just enjoying the drumming — good player and quite a bit of 'humour' in the phrasing (keeping pattern steady and breaking in unexpected ways, ritardando...) Fun, thanx! :-)
8RopesMusic : The Sennheiser's definitely pick up the attack and sustain of the toms much better and also more attack on the kick. I don't like the sound of either on the snare. I know it's a matter of taste but I think the snare is set up, tuned, and dampened way too flat to the point where you can't even tell it's a snare. All I hear is the batter. The kick could use some more body and depth.
richard turner : what china is that? cheers
Navegando por aí : senheiser
Tiny Racket Studios : Wow. Watching this back now after a couple of years.. this could have sounded soo much better. Lessons learned. We still hope the comparison is there, with the mix being equally shitty for both tests :)
Frankie J : Sennheiser sounds better to me.

Shure PGDMK6 and DKM57-52 drum mic pack Overview

EM Technical Editor Gino Robair walks us through the features of two Shure mic collections intended for use on drums in the studio or onstage.
MD FOYEZ Ali : Best dance kick shure microphone
Chris Shannon : Great review with Two reviews in one video!!! Proving the excellent quality of Shure Mics and accessories!!! Thanks!!
EXPLODING ETDOOD : do just the overhead mics use phantom power or do the other ones use it too?
Dynamite Kid : simply Awesome love it! earned a sub. + like!
Jose Fernando Hernandez Peinado : uso estos actualmente!!! son geniales!
Drums and Trains : Yes,very good video. I have the Mic kit with the sm57's and I love it. The beta 52 is my favorite kick drum Mic ever.
Ryan : So far I've been playing guitar, and now I want to take up bass, drums, piano, and keyboard. I've taken an audio engineering course in community college, and I want to take what I've learned, and apply them to recording instruments. 
Cheyne Kohl : Dudes hairpiece is unbearable. Thanks for the vid!
Nerd : great review
BenjaminGib : I love that you do these. More, more! :)

Shure PGDMK6 Drum Mic Kit Test (Drum Solo/Improv)

Short test of the PGDMK6 kit. This thing is a beast!

Mics included in the kit:
PG56 snare/tom microphones (3)
PG52 kick drum microphone (1)
PG81 instrument microphones (2)

I used the Focusrite Scarlett 18i20 as my interface and Garage Band as my recording software. Anyways, I hope you enjoy the video and please leave a rating and some feedback. Thanks!
Armz73 : What's the exact model of your drum kit? thanks
Hector Alvarez : Chafa
Robert Faubion : How is the latency? Enough to cause timing issues or not?
Ghostnotes : Awesome man. What drum kit is that? Sounds great.
Producción-Records : hello NeilPeartRocks98 these microphones to record such are ??
Miguel Martinez : Sounds quite good for a "Cheap" mic kit. I missed some panning on the tracks, it lacks some spatial sensation. Nice drumming mate!
Marcus Thomas : nice sounds great
iluvledzepp : Thanks for doing this! Been considering this mic pack, plus you have the same interface, awesome!
Louis Tyson : i want you to tune my snare :-P
Juan Expósito : It sounds very natural and powerfull. I´m buying the Scarlett this week. Thanks for the video.

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