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Having recently won a prestigious MPG Award, Andrew Hunt is riding a wave of success built from the ground up. We caught up with Andrew to learn more about his story progressing from a multi-instrumentalist to a talented producer and engineer. Through sharing his journey, it’s plain to see how a real passion for music […]

Look, Ma! No Wires! How Wireless Microphones Changed Theatre

ZOE MILTON, stage sound engineer and Administrator at the ASD, the UK’s Association of Sound Designers, reflects on how improvements in wireless microphone technology have changed her working life, and looks to the future. Theatre sound has experienced a quiet revolution over the past 20 years as a result of the increasing reliability, affordability and […]

RF Coordination at Rio 2016 with Steve Caldwell

RF engineer, Steve Caldwell walks us through the difficult challenge of coordinating RF at one of the world’s largest major events, the Olympic and Paralympic Games. Foreword There are few major global events bigger than the Olympic Games held every four years. More than 11,000 athletes took part this year across 306 events in 28 […]
Wireless Systems and Antenna Placement

Bryony October’s Five Tips for Mixing at Festivals

Recently at Shure Sound Hub, we caught up with FOH engineer, Bryony October who shared her experience of life on the road, including some unmissable advice for any new engineers getting started with live sound. Bryony also expressed her passion for mixing at festivals and the adrenaline rush that comes with unfamiliar venues and gear. […]
Wireless Systems and Antenna Placement

Engineer Spotlight: Bryony October

Well known for her earlier work with the Noisettes, Bryony October’s story is one of classic hard work and determination to make it in an industry where it’s notoriously difficult to get your first break. As a FOH Sound Engineer working with many critically acclaimed acts, her schedule is pretty packed. Fortunately, we were able […]