Written by Davida Rochman on March 27, 2013 under Broadcast
Shure is pleased to offer video professionals educational resources that provide practical advice and helpful tips—all with the express purpose of ensuring the highest quality audio possible. To address some of the common situations videographers face when creating corporate or online videos, we have launched a three-part video series. The topics include: How to Mic […]
Written by Davida Rochman on February 15, 2012 under Home Recording
It wasn’t that long ago – maybe 15 or 20 years at most –when a quality studio incorporating all of the technologies that have revolutionized recorded music over the decades would have cost tens of thousands of dollars. But now, anyone can produce a good quality recording on a simple home computer with a few […]
Written by Linda Hansen on April 25, 2018 under Studio
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 Davida Rochman on April 19, 2018 under Home Recording
Want to build your own home recording studio, but aren’t sure how to get started? From considering acoustics to choosing the right gear, we’ve got everything you need to know.
Written by Andrew Anderson on January 23, 2018 under Listening
Technology tends to move forward in tiny increments, but occasionally it takes a giant leap. And that’s exactly what the audiophile expert Jude Mansilla considers the Shure KSE1500 Electrostatic Earphone System to be.
Written by Sam Drazin on December 29, 2017 under Wireless Workbench 6 Training
This WWB6 tutorial will demonstrate how to configure virtual devices and channels in WWB6, enabling users to do the wireless configuration for their shows ahead of time (when not connected to the gear), enabling them to simply apply those settings once they arrive at the venue.
Written by Sam Drazin on November 1, 2017 under Wireless Systems
Amid shrinking spectrum and surging wireless traffic, command and control functionality is becoming increasingly important for professional audio applications. Learn how get the most out of Axient Digital with the Wireless Workbench 6 software.
Written by Brando Marius on September 21, 2017 under FeaturedHome Recording
The tracks are recorded, and you’re ready to mix in your home studio. To improve the quality of your final mix at home, use these professional studio mixing tips from Nashville audio engineer Brando Marius.
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 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 Soren Pedersen on February 14, 2017 under MOTIVPodcasting
Podcasters and other content creators looking for professional quality audio need search no further: the Shure MOTIV line has you covered with the great sounding – and good looking – MV5 and MV51 digital microphones.
Written by Sam Drazin on January 31, 2017 under News
Get the rundown on recent updates to Wireless Workbench® and ShurePlus™ Channels software that enhance the capabilities of Shure wireless systems and make remote monitoring easier.
Written by Davida Rochman on January 17, 2017 under BroadcastMicrophones
In this video, we’ll show some ways to record professional-sounding audio in an office or industrial environment – even when the subject is moving.
Written by Marc Young on December 22, 2016 under MicrophonesMOTIVVlogging
With online entertainment becoming more like professional TV productions, it’s increasingly important to find the best mic for your vlog or web-based show.
Written by Justin Boller on December 13, 2016 under MicrophonesStudio
This educational post provides a simple definition of line-level and mic-level signals, explains the differences between them, and describes how to avoid audio problems by matching the right device to the appropriate input.
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