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Producer Spotlight: Andrew Hunt

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.
News

The Mic Listening Lab Gets an Upgrade

Soren Pedersen outlines the recent updates to this handy online Shure mic comparison tool, gives a walk-through of how to use it, and explains how his team recorded all the samples in the most scientific conditions possible.
MOTIV

Mobile Recording with MOTIV

The best recording studio might be one that you can fit in your pocket. Here’s a look at everything you can do with digital recording solutions designed for your favorite mobile devices.
Studio

Recording and Mixing Electric Guitars

The electric guitar is the most successful and widely adopted instrument in modern popular music. When it comes to studio recording, the very things that make the electric guitar so versatile are also some of the aspects that make it a challenging instrument to record.
Tips For Mixing in Multiple Locations
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Tips For Mixing in Multiple Locations

Contributor: Cliff Goldmacher, Owner/Founder of Nashville Studio Live How to Stay Cool, Calm and Consistent As a producer and engineer for the past twenty years, I’ve had the pleasure of being able to travel to various cities and studios for my work.  Along with this privilege, however, comes a particular set of challenges, including: how […]
InfoComm 2014 Preview
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InfoComm 2014 Preview

We’re getting ready to hit Las Vegas next week for InfoComm 2014! We have so many exciting things happening at the booth that we couldn’t resist giving you a sneak peek. If you swing by booth C10108 at the Las Vegas Convention Center June 18–20, here are some of the things you can expect to […]
News

Shure Unidyne, 75 Years of the World’s Most Recognisable Mic

When the unidyne 55 was introduced, it was the first single element unidirectional dynamic microphone in the world. From entertainers to politicians, past and present, the Unidyne remains the world’s most recognisable microphone. In celebration, we look at the Unidyne story and what makes it the basis for all microphones built today.
NAMM 2014
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How NAMM Day One Went Down

Like one of those churches that gets built in a day by an army of the faithful, the Shure booth at The NAMM® Show came together yesterday in a swarm of tightly coordinated activity. (We’re at Booth #6541, for those in attendance. Come say hi!) Shure Associates spent the day setting up display and demo […]
Live

Industry Experts take Center Stage at GRAMMY Camp

Our friend, Meghan Brown, wrote this guest blog for Mic Check…   Earlier this month I had a chance to play “student” for a day when I stopped by GRAMMY Camp L.A. to hang out with some of the crazy-talented attendees as we were enlightened by some of the biggest names in the music business. Hosted […]
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The DIY Guide To Singing In The Studio

By Cliff Goldmacher Your career as a recording artist hinges on many things – from the songs you choose to the musicianship on your records. But the single most important thing for your identity as an artist is your voice. The more relaxed and confident you are as a singer, the more people will know who […]