Written by Shure UK on November 10, 2016 under AV
Shure UK Sr. Applications Engineer Tom Colman highlights how improving boardroom acoustics can enhance communication and collaboration during A/V conferences.
Written by Davida Rochman on November 8, 2012
By Shure Notes Editors Contributors: Frank Gilbert, FOH Engineer at Chicago’s Mayne Stage, The Vic and Park West; Kent Morris, Peavey Electronics, Cornerstone Media; Stuart Rosenberg, Partner – SPACE and League of Creative Musicians Live performance venues deal with it all the time. In this post, we’ll break down the subject of acoustics for you […]
Written by Robin Hamerlinck on February 12, 2018 under Systems
In the IT sector, the only constant has been change. The ways in which technology is used, the tools available to end users and the backend infrastructure have all undergone several evolutions. CES shows what else the future may hold for AV/IT technology.
Written by Bells Driver on January 26, 2018 under Studio
We caught up with award-winning studio engineer Manon Grandjean to talk about getting the vibe right while recording, the importance of doing your homework and how to stay focused during those extra long sessions.
Written by Andrew Francis on January 25, 2018 under Systems
Good architecture should provide both style and substance. But when form doesn’t follow function in the conference room, audio quality suffers.
Written by Marc Young on January 9, 2018 under MOTIV
With mobile recording becoming an increasingly popular way to create unique sounds, Shure invited UK producer Illum Sphere to take part in Ableton’s Loop festival for music makers.
Written by Jessica Sirkin on August 29, 2017 under Systems
AV professionals often face the challenge of creating high-quality corporate and campus audio solutions on a low budget. The new P300 can help them bridge the gap.
Written by Michael Pettersen on July 13, 2017 under News
What is it like in a room where all typical daily noises are absent? In this post, we’ll take you inside one of two Shure anechoic chambers used for product testing.
Written by Troy Jensen on June 15, 2017 under Systems
Understanding how the base building design affects the quality of audio and video conferencing in rooms can help create conference systems that provide a great experience in a modern office space.
Written by Stuart Stephens on June 6, 2017 under Systems
Feedback is an annoying and potentially damaging squealing or humming sound that can be extremely distracting during a meeting. Every audio system has a maximum amount of gain or volume that can be applied before feedback is introduced. Stuart Stephens explains why feedback occurs and how it can be eliminated.
Written by Shure UK on March 27, 2017 under Systems
Shure UK Systems Group’s John Ellis explains how considering loudspeaker placement can dramatically improve the sound in your video conferencing suite.
Written by Marc Henshall on February 23, 2017 under Studio
As an audio engineer, frequently turning your head to a wide variety of musical genres and productions comes with the territory. In the following Engineer Spotlight feature, we speak to recent MPG Engineer of the Year winner, Olga Fitzroy who we learn is no stranger to applying her skills across a broad spectrum.
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