Used since the On An Island Tour, as stated by sound engineer Andy Jackson in [this October 2007 interview](http://www.davidgilmour.com/press/2007/october/Resolution_October07.pdf) from Vol. 6, #7 of *Resolution* Magazine. > Oddly enough I ended up adding a 57, it was Colin Norfield who did FOH, traditionally uses the Shure KSM32s which are nice, but just because of the experience on the album, at the Albert Hall I put up the same thing, the 57 and the STC as well, and then the rest of the tour it was just a 57, which was really helpful: there's something about combining the mics that gives you something you can't make out of any one of them, it covers all the bases. This is also stated in [this June 1, 2006 *Mix Online* article](https://www.mixonline.com/live-sound/david-gilmours-island-tour-367894) > Shure KSM-32s are on guitar cabinets (for Gilmour and Manzanera). As of the Rattle That Lock Tour, Gilmour's WEM cabinets are miked with KSM32s, as seen in this photo from 2016 Wroclaw concert.more
The first mic we ever used. Used this to record "My Flow So Tight" and every vocal until 2014
Used for Jones' Wurlitzer 200A during the The Fall Tour, as stated by tech Kelly Macauly in this July 9, 2010 *Mix Online* interview. > According to tech Kelly Macaulay, Jones also plays a Wurlitzer 200 that is run through a Sans Amp Classic to get the overdriven sound into a Keeley-modified Ibanez analog delay pedal into her Vox Pathfinder 15R amp. (...) Jones uses two Vox Pathfinder 15R amps: one at the guitar position (miked with a TLM103) and the other at the Wurlitzer position amp (Shure KSM32). These are mounted to the amp with a custom Audio Analysts Z-bar.more
Used on the *Mind Over Matter* Tour, as mentioned in this March 1, 2014 *Mix Online* article. > Drummer Francois Comtois’ kit has a Shure Beta 91A and Beta 52 on kick, Beta 57 and SM57 on snare, KSM 137 on hi-hat, and Beta 98AMP on toms, according to drum tech Colin “Gravy” Strahm. Cymbals are KSM 32s, and his vocal mic is a Beta 56.more
Used for the piano on Connick's 2004 tour, as mentioned by sound engineer Gregg Rubin in this July 1, 2004 *Mix Online* article. > Mics include Neumann KK105 wireless (with Sennheiser SKM5000 N RF system) and Neumann KMS105 wired units for vocals; Shure KSM32s and Schertler pickups for piano; Neumann KM185s and Electro-Voice RE-20s for bass; Neumann KM184s and Shure Beta 52s, Beta 98s and SM57s for drums; Neumann TLM193s for saxes; Neumann TLM127s for trombones; Royer R-122s for trumpets; and Sennheiser MKE-4, Audio Technica ATM-35s and Shure Beta 98HC for instrument RFs.more
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