I was given the KSM32 from Shure after my KSM27 had so many problems. WOW, what an upgrade! It sounds amazing. However, even with the pop filter, it still picked up some P's. Standing more than a foot away stole the crispness. I played around with it and found that if I tilted it a little less than 45 degrees forward, took off the pop filter, and sang directly into it, (and changed the angle setting option on the mic), I acquired a much clearer, crisper recording with no P's or S's. I also used the KSM32 on my acoustic guitars, harmonica, and mandolin (and all vocals, lead and back up). best mic I've used under a grand. Cons: Very Heavy. Even with a hundred dollar professional Mic Stand made for recording, I had to play with it so it wouldn't tip over. It fell over a few times, but the mic survived the fall.
Matthew Eldridge Music