Written by Linda Hansen on December 19, 2017 under Listening
There’s no expiration date on your earphones and Shure builds them to withstand a beating. Here are some simple steps that will make yours last for years.
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 Shure UK on November 23, 2016 under Wireless Systems
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 […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on September 15, 2016 under Listening
Shure Notes email newsletter subscribers submit their burning audio questions every month, and we pick one to publish in the email and here. This month, we focus on earphone cables with Lightning connectors.
Written by Shure UK on August 11, 2016 under Wireless Systems
The following post on wireless audio antenna placement is a guest contribution from Alex Milne of RF Venue, Inc — a US based manufacturer of innovative products that make wireless audio systems work and sound better. For more information, please see his bio at the end of this post. 1. Create and Maintain Line-of-Sight: In radio […]
Written by Shure UK on March 3, 2016 under LiveWireless Systems
When it comes to wireless audio signal quality, nothing is more important than maintaining excellent signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). Nothing. Alex Milne, author at Audio Gloss, explains more.
Written by Marc Henshall on January 7, 2016 under LiveWireless Systems
RF cables are an often overlooked aspect of wireless systems. You can have everything else set up perfectly, but when all is said and done, it’s all too easy to shoot yourself in the foot by selecting the wrong antenna cables. This post will answer common questions about cable components for your RF setup.
Written by Ryan Smith on September 25, 2014 under Live
Give people a system that’s easy to travel with, sounds amazing, is under $ 500.00 and pays itself back over time with rechargeable batteries, and you have a formula for happiness.
Written by Marc Henshall on June 30, 2014 under LiveWireless Systems
The subject of wired vs wireless for guitar is a much-debated topic. Opinions vary on how both setups can affect your tone, but the issue is really more about application and signal flow. In this post, we’ll cover the basics of good practice for each setup, and draw a conclusion for you to consider based […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on December 13, 2013
Recently, we invited you to share your favorite audio hacks / MacGyvers / jury-rigs / tips / moments of brilliance…and share, you did. It wasn’t easy, but our in-house audio genius team managed to choose 10 winners from among all the entries to our Your Best Audio Hack Competition. Winners were chosen based on the […]
Written by Davida Rochman on September 26, 2013 under House of Worship
Planned obsolescence. We’re living in a world where the repair shops that were found in every town – large or small – as recently as ten or twenty years ago no longer exist. Manufacturers of consumer products aren’t eager to fill the gap, either, so most of us find it easier to replace. The good […]
Written by Davida Rochman on September 19, 2013
“Receiver antennas are one of the most misunderstood areas of wireless microphone operation.” Credit Shure’s Product Support Group with that bold statement. And they ought to know. They’re the ones rivaling Sherlock Holmes in the art of deductive reasoning as it relates to solving dropout mysteries. Many times the culprit turns out to be antenna […]
Written by Davida Rochman on March 14, 2013 under House of Worship
By Worship Team Training’s: Branon Dempsey That something will go wrong seems to be the motto of most audio teams in the Church, as well as any other form of live and recorded music. Whether at the stadium, restaurant or other social gathering; it’s not so much the question “if” things go wrong, but when. […]
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 Davida Rochman on February 7, 2012
The eight-member team of Shure’s Applications Engineering Group gets a lot of questions. They come every day from customers all over the world through a variety of channels – email, phone and via the interface on the company’s Find An Answer (FAQ) database. It’s Apps’ mission to problem-solve. According to Apps chief Michael Pettersen, one […]
Written by Davida Rochman on April 19, 2010
Five Troubleshooting Tips Gain set-up is crucial for the proper operation of the wireless transmitter.Handheld transmitters can be overdriven by a vocal presenter if the gain is set too high and under-driven if the gain is set too low. Both situations can lead to poor results.Always try to adjust for the talent of the day […]
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