In this video we show you what the Shure SM7B Microphone sounds like when it is connected to the Mackie ProFX10v3 Audio Mixing Console.
How To Connect Shure SM7B & Mackie ProFX to Computer
Time needed: 5 minutes.
This is what you will need to do if you want to connect your Shure SM7B Microphone to your Mackie ProFX Audio Mixer.
- Connect Audio Mixer To Computer
- Connect Shure SM7B To Audio Mixer
XLR Cable: https://currentprice.io/6ft_xlr
- Unmute The Channel
This will make sure we can hear the mic.
- Press “To Phones” Button
This will activate the LED gain meter for us
- Increase Gain Until Level Set Button Blinks
This will make sure you’re using the right amount of gain.
- Increase Level Knob to U (Unity)
This will send the volume for this channel to the USB output and main stereo output of your mixer.
- Add Cloudlifter & Turn on Phantom Power (Optional)
If you don’t have enough volume, you will need to add a CloudLifter (or other in-line preamp).
Pricing & Specs For Mackie ProFX10v3
- Mackie ProFX10v3: https://currentprice.io/profx10v3
- Shure SM7B: https://currentprice.io/shure_sm7b
- Cloudlifter CL-1: https://currentprice.io/cloudlifter
- XLR Cable: https://currentprice.io/6ft_xlr
- USB B to A Cable: https://currentprice.io/usba_usbb
- USB B to C Cable: https://currentprice.io/usbc_usbb
Topics Covered In This Video
- 0:00 – Introduction
- 1:01 – Connect Mackie ProFX10v3 To Computer
- 1:20 – Connect Shure SM7B To Console
- 2:15 – Audio Test Without CloudLifter
- 2:50 – Second Test At A Greater Distance
- 3:40 – Connect CloudLifter
- 4:23 – Audio Test With CloudLifter
- 4:40 – Cloudlifter or Not?
- 5:16 – Final Thoughts
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