Written by Andrew Low on September 27, 2018 under FeaturedSystems
Alviksskolan, located in the Swedish capital’s Bromma district, is a primary school with a quite impressive concept. Around 1,100 students visit Alviksskolan, among them about 120 who are hard of hearing. These students have their lessons in dedicated, smaller classrooms with a well-thought-out room concept and high-quality. A hearing induction loop system enables better communication between students as well as the teachers.
Written by Marc Young on October 12, 2018 under News
Brian Holl from Foreign Fields recorded an entire album for his side project Boy Bjorn using just a single mic. He tells Shure how he found his inspiration with the Beta 87A.
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on October 5, 2018 under SystemsWebinars
In this webinar, we will cover room elements that present challenges when setting up a conferencing system and offer solutions to help alleviate some of the acoustical phenomena that produce them.
Written by Sergio Alvarez on October 4, 2018 under House of Worship
Personal monitoring systems used to be out of reach for many churches. But today’s more powerful and less expensive options are allowing congregations both large and small to experience the benefits of improved sound quality, less feedback and lower stage volumes.
Written by Paul Gunia on October 1, 2018 under Systems
As the importance of conferencing continues to grow, automixing technology is playing a crucial role in ensuring people can communicate effectively.
Written by Marc Henshall on September 28, 2018 under News
Best known for his work as the frontman of London-based Indie Rock band, The Carnabys, Jack Mercer embarks on his latest new project, VC Pines. We catch up with this talented young musician after a recent show.
Written by Andrew Low on September 24, 2018 under Systems
Shure invited leading AV integrators, consultants and decision-makers to this year’s Montreux Jazz Festival to discuss the latest trends and technologies set to impact the audiovisual sector.
Written by Marc Young on September 18, 2018 under MOTIV
Max Graef is a musician, producer and DJ in Berlin known for infusing electronic music with hip-hop and jazz. Hear how he melds his eclectic influences in the final episode of MAKING IT, a four-part multimedia series from Shure and Mixcloud.
Written by Hayden Leiper on September 13, 2018 under LiveTheaterWireless Systems
In the eighth installment of All About Wireless, we will identify several common sources of noise that affect wireless microphone and IEM systems.
Written by Marc Young on September 10, 2018 under MOTIV
Alex Maeland and Eugene Kan aim to tell the creative community’s stories. Learn how their online platform Maekan explores the connections between fashion, tech, music and more in the third episode of MAKING IT, a four-part multimedia series from Shure and Mixcloud.
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on September 6, 2018 under Home RecordingMOTIVWebinars
In our next free webinar, we discuss with special guest Cliff Goldmacher the what, why, and how of rough recordings as well as some concrete, practical approaches to making your rough recordings as polished as possible.
Written by Marc Young on September 4, 2018 under Signal Path PodcastVlogging
The Signal Path podcast from Shure brings you exclusive interviews with the people shaping the world of audio. Listen to the latest episode with Canadian musician, video producer and YouTube star Andrew Huang.
Written by Hayden Leiper on August 29, 2018 under LiveTheaterWireless Systems
In the seventh installment of All About Wireless, we will continue our focus on transmission lines, examining the importance of impedance matching, the effect of standing waves, and the implications of transmitting RF over fiber optic cables.
Written by Davida Rochman on August 22, 2018 under LiveNews
Biketopia is a traveling music collective using pedal power to raise environmental awareness and amplify their concerts. Shure spoke with the cycling musician-activists during their recent summer tour.
Written by Marc Young on August 17, 2018 under Signal Path Podcast
The Signal Path podcast from Shure brings you exclusive interviews with the people shaping the world of audio. Listen to the latest episode with Emirati singer Omar Al Marzooqi.
Written by Marc Young on August 14, 2018 under MOTIV
Tokyo-based producer and DJ Sapphire Slows started out recording her own brand of dreamy electronic music in her bedroom. Discover what inspires her unique soundscapes in the second episode of MAKING IT, a four-part multimedia series from Shure and Mixcloud.
Written by Marc Young on August 8, 2018 under MOTIV
Poet. Filmmaker. Photographer. London’s Caleb Femi is passionate about words and communicating ideas. Find out what drives his creativity in the first episode of MAKING IT, a four-part multimedia series from Shure and Mixcloud.
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on August 6, 2018 under PodcastingWebinars
Our next free webinar is for active podcasters as well as those looking to learn more about armchair broadcasting. We’ll talk about microphone selection and placement and how to create, record, and edit an episode.
Written by Jürgen Schwörer on July 27, 2018 under Home RecordingMOTIV
Are you in the market for a USB microphone, but aren’t sure which one best fits your recording needs? Don’t worry; we’ve got everything you need to know about mics offering both plug-and-play functionality and great sound.
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