Written by Bill Ostry on April 9, 2018 under FeaturedWireless Systems
PSM 1000 has become a staple in touring sound. But it is also selling in the world of broadcasting, including major news, sports, and network production facilities for interruptible foldback (IFB) applications as well.
Written by Allison Wolcott on January 20, 2014 under News
For up-to-date information on the FCC Incentive Auction, please refer to our Resource Center. Technically, Mark Brunner may be the Senior Director of Global Brand Management at Shure, but most of us know him these days as Mr. Spectrum. For the past several years, he has led our advocacy efforts with the Federal Communications Commission on […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on October 8, 2012 under Webinars
Our in-house training gurus continue our free Learning Center webinar series with two new offerings: Microphone Techniques for Houses of Worship Shure Technical Training Manager Gino Sigismondi will walk attendees through all aspects of microphone selection and placement for House of Worship applications. Topics will include microphone types, polar patterns, frequency response, and how to […]
Written by Hayden Leiper on February 7, 2018 under Live
As governments around the world sell off portions of the spectrum, it is becoming important for audio engineers to have a thorough understanding of wireless microphone and IEM technologies. For this reason, Shure have partnered with Entertainment Technology Asia to present a series covering RF Engineering theory.
Written by Marc Henshall on January 19, 2018 under Wireless Systems
If there is anything we can take away from the recent confirmation of UK regulator, Ofcom’s decision to clear the 700MHz band of UHF spectrum by May 2020, it should be that change is inevitable. Some changes are good, other changes, not so good, but change nonetheless should be expected.
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 Michael Pettersen on January 4, 2018 under MicrophonesNews
Resident Shure historian Michael Pettersen shares the stories behind some of his favorite archival treasures, including how an SM56 mic avoided being smashed by The Who and set on fire by Jimi Hendrix at Monterey Pop in 1967.
Written by Ryan Smith on December 22, 2017 under BroadcastMOTIV
“You’ll shoot your eye out!” Playback engineer Eric Johnston used the Shure MV88 Digital Stereo Condenser microphone to capture “foley” sound effects for the recent live TV broadcast of the holiday classic A Christmas Story.
Written by Zoe Milton on November 30, 2017 under TheaterWireless Systems
Using microphones for theater productions brings a unique set of challenges. UK sound engineer Zoe Milton offers her top mic placement tips for the stage.
Written by Michael Pettersen on November 16, 2017 under MicrophonesNews
Resident Shure historian Michael Pettersen shares the stories behind some of his favorite archival treasures, including one microphone making a transatlantic journey to Belgium during World War II.
Written by Linda Hansen on November 14, 2017 under MicrophonesNews
There are iconic designs that define an entire product category: Ray-Ban Wayfarer shades, the classic Coke bottle, the Model 302 Western Electric telephone. And, of course, the Shure Model 55 microphone. Now we celebrate this icon with a special edition.
Written by Andrew Low on September 11, 2017 under Systems
We have all experienced our voice echoing through laptop and meeting room speakers or headphones during a video conference with clients or colleagues. Learn why it happens and how to fix it.
Written by Marc Young on August 31, 2017 under Podcasting
Podcasters are increasingly trading the comfort of their homes for the thrill of the stage and performing in front of real audiences. Shure explores the phenomenon of live podcasting with Radio Spätkauf’s Joel Dullroy.
Written by Marc Young on June 22, 2017 under Mobile Journalism
Once reliant on bulky satellite trucks and big TV crews to cover the news, traditional broadcasters are increasingly embracing mobile journalism. We spoke with the head of the innovation lab at NDR, a German public broadcasting organization.
Written by Jessica Sirkin on May 3, 2017 under House of WorshipWireless Systems
Audio in houses of worship requires more than just speaker placement and mic selection. Learn how GLX-D Advanced simplifies many common audio problems facing houses of worship.
Written by Soren Pedersen on April 24, 2017 under BroadcastMobile Journalism
Three globetrotting professional mobile journalists offer their perspectives on covering and creating stories with a rig that can fit in a backpack.
Written by Davida Rochman on February 28, 2017 under Podcasting
Tyler Greene and Adam Yoffe, two live podcasters from the Chicago Podcast Festival, offer eight helpful how-to tips to ensure a successful transition from studio to live podcasting.
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