This difference in grille design is also responsible for the SM57 having a slightly higher output above the 5kHz frequencies.
Remove the interior foam that conforms to the 58 grille and the 2 will sound pretty much the same.
I'd also read that somewhere, and someone linked a Shure site blurb about the difference here or in another forum.I read several years ago that the cartridges are not exactly the same any longer in the 57 and 58, but have no idea if that was factual.
This is the page I'm on. Just about every recording or mixing video I watch says don't use EQ. I use it if I want to and sometimes, I actively want to make the source sound different from what it was when recorded.the thing called "EQ" is going to make miniscule differences obsolete.
I currently have a rack channel strip and the EQ can make any mic sound so so different
I don't know. Whatever the kind of EQ knobs are there, I use them. I like watching videos but I rarely take notice of them. I'm on my own curve. A kind of triangular curve !No Eq? as in shelfing?
I don't know. I suppose I must, sometimes. Something either sounds right or it doesn't. If, in conjunction a source doesn't sound right to me, I do what I think I need to, to make things fit. But most of the time they do fit, with or without EQ.You use a LPF HPF set right?