Written by Marc Henshall on February 10, 2016 under LiveWireless Systems
When it comes to RF interference, there are two elements that come up frequently as common culprits – metal and salt water. We’ve written plenty of detail about these major RF enemies before, and the following post should help to add context.
Written by Marc Henshall on May 5, 2015 under LiveWireless Systems
Wireless microphones are essential to the modern production values we’re all accustomed too. And while wireless systems have freed performers from the shackles of cables, they’ve also presented an entirely different set of challenges to the engineer.
Written by Sean Sullivan on May 22, 2018 under Listening
When the KSE1500 was introduced in 2015, Shure made portable high fidelity a reality. Sean Sullivan explains how the new KSE1200 makes it more affordable.
Written by Linda Hansen on April 25, 2018 under FeaturedStudio
Never heard of “Foley” before? Actually, you almost certainly have experienced these everyday sound effects for film and TV. Shure visited Chicago sound designer Bryen Hensley to learn more about a type of recording that is both art and science.
Written by Bill Ostry on April 9, 2018 under Wireless 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 Marc Henshall on March 29, 2018 under Studio
UK engineer Drew Bang got a late start in the music industry, but his unorthodox career path and studio methods have attracted notice from artists like U2, Slaves and Royal Blood. We met him in the resident bar of East London’s Strongroom studios to discuss his remarkable journey and how it’s given him a unique approach to engineering.
Written by Hayden Leiper on March 14, 2018 under TheaterWireless Systems
In this part of our wireless series, we will focus on antennas, covering the design and performance characteristics of those most commonly utilized in the professional audio industry.
Written by Hayden Leiper on February 21, 2018 under LiveTheater
In this post, we focus on Electromagnetic wave propagation, covering the concepts of wavelength, reflection, diffraction, absorption and polarization.
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 Hayden Leiper on February 7, 2018 under LiveTheater
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 Richard Knott on February 1, 2018 under Systems
Advances in technology are helping AV and IT grow closer together. But how can companies relying on high-quality conferencing ensure their tech experts are speaking the same language?
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 Sean Sullivan on January 11, 2018 under Listening
There are several reasons why audiophiles have long prized electrostatic headphones for home listening. Sean Sullivan, Listening Product Manager for Shure, explores the technology behind our groundbreaking KSE1500 portable electrostatic earphones.
Written by Sam Drazin on December 15, 2017 under Wireless Workbench 6 Training
This WWB6 tutorial will explain the meaning and configuration options of frequency markers as they are displayed in the Coordination Workspace.
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