Opinions would be appreciated. The Aston is a bit more sensitive, so if your singing is bad it will show a little more than the SM7B. Gear Addict . It has a frequency response of 50Hz to 20KHz and a price tag of $399 My conclusion so far is, if you're a singer I'd go with the sm7b. The Aston Spirit has a smoother top end and a weightier mid-range and bottom end compared to the Aston Origin. (For vocals and potentially single micing piano) Share Reply Quote. Compare Aston Microphones Origin vs Aston Microphones Spirit vs Rode NT1 vs Shure SM7B. In this corner we have the SHURE SM7B studio and broadcast quality dynamic microphone. Purchasing one of the three tomorrow. That's why it's a common mic to use in an untreated ("bad") rooms. Aston Origin vs NT1 vs SM7B. The Shure SM7B dynamic microphone vs. the Aston Stealth dynamic microphone. if you have untreated room, the SM7B might be a good choice for vocals. 19th July 2016 #2. ooohhh2. The Aston has 4 settings but as I work with it, I dont see much of a difference. ... a SM7B will simply register (and thus record) less of them... so when you boost the highs a bit during mixing, you will have less crap to deal with.
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