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Shure Super 55 Microphone$20.00
I resurfaced this model when Lightwave moved to a PBR (physically based rendering) engine and added the theater background. The new rendering engine does look better and gets results quicker under all lighting conditions with much less adjustment from scene to scene. The model comes with the Super 55 mic, boom and standard mic stands. The backgroud elements seen in the poster... the stage and lights are not included. This is a modern microphone based on an iconic design first introduced in 1939. The Shure 55 Unidyne Series came to symbolize the word “microphone.” Its benchmark status was earned through a reputation as a tireless workhorse and dependable performer, achieved by unprecedented audio quality and reliability. Celebrities, entertainers, and politicians relied on them. They survived wartime service and were familiar fixtures at critical moments in history. Scores of photographs, films, and videos show this microphone series in the company of kings, queens, presidents, and generals. They stood in front of Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald during the Big Band era. Elvis embraced them in performance and on a first-class stamp issued in 1994 by the United States Postal Service. Countless rock stars, past and present, have chosen the 55 Unidyne Series. Today, decades after their first appearance, Unidyne Microphones are as popular and sought after as ever. While the microphones have been improved over the years to keep them technologically up-to-date, they still retain the streamlined appearance of the 1930s model.