Written by Matt Dobschuetz on October 3, 2014 under News
Over the past few months, the Shure team has developed a new Wireless Frequency Finder (WFF) tool. We updated our data sources to ensure the most accurate location and wireless frequency availability data. We also have reworked...
Written by Cory Lorentz on August 12, 2014 under Artists
Days before the madness that is Lollapalooza, a fellow colleague stopped in my office with a question..."Do we know anyone from the One Direction camp?" As you can imagine, we get asked this question a lot.
Written by Davida Rochman on December 15, 2013 under Education
GLX-D® uses redundant audio transmission and seamless automatic switching between backup frequencies to ensure a consistent signal. This video demonstrates how to change the frequency settings if you’re using multiple systems...
Written by Davida Rochman on November 18, 2013 under Education
Ready to take the stage right out of the box, BLX Wireless is a great choice for musicians, singers and presenters who demand Shure’s legendary reliability, performance and stability at an affordable price. Best of all, it’s...
Written by Davida Rochman on November 26, 2012 under Education
By Shure Notes Editors, Contributors: John Chevalier and John Mills In its simplest definition: Equalization involves selectively boosting or cutting bands of frequencies to improve the performance of a sound reinforcement system....
Written by Allison Wolcott on August 10, 2012 under Events
Shure Technical Training Manager Gino Sigismondi continues our new Learning Center webinar series with two August offerings: Frequency Coordination for Wireless Systems Learn (or brush up on) the basics of frequency coordination...
Written by Davida Rochman on March 3, 2009 under Education
A Shure Educational Podcast Part two of our three-part series on microphone basics. In this episode, Chris Lyons talks about the frequency response of a microphone, both flat and shaped.
Written by Davida Rochman on February 4, 2009 under Education
A Shure Educational Podcast In this episode, we explore the top frequently asked questions from the Shure Applications Group. Chris Lyons is joined by Tim Vear as they discuss how to clean a microphone grill and how to hook up a...
Written by Davida Rochman on January 19, 2009 under Education
A Discussion with John Mills Let’s start with the most famous question that sound people are asked. “Do you really know what all those knobs do?” If you can answer that question, you may also know every frequency...
Written by Davida Rochman on August 1, 2008 under Education
A Shure Educational Podcast Part two of a three-part series on wireless microphone technology. In this episode, we help our listeners pick the appropriate frequency for their wireless system.
Written by Davida Rochman on February 5, 2007 under Education
The popularity of wireless microphone systems continues to grow on a daily basis. This growth is unfortunately paralleled by many other forms of wireless technology, including cellular phones, paging systems, and additional TV...
Written by Ryan Smith on December 5, 2014 under Artists
The issue of safety has come to the forefront for event planners recently, especially those dealing with large-scale, complex touring productions. Luke Bryan's production manager knows it all too well.
Written by Brooke Giddens on December 3, 2014 under Artists
David Levin and Juan Garcia-Spitz share with us the biggest differences between being a FOH engineer with touring acts vs. having residency as an engineer at a venue.
Written by Davida Rochman on November 21, 2014 under Education
Churches everywhere are looking for ways to lower the volume while improving the audio quality of their worship services. Here are tips for achieving a Quiet Stage through the use of in-ear monitoring and other technologies.
Written by Davida Rochman on November 14, 2014 under Education
Les Banks of the legendary Ryman Auditorium and Cliff Miller, who has handled audio for nearly every major bluegrass act, explain which mics and techniques deliver that pure acoustic sound from the stage to the audience.
Written by Ryan Smith on November 3, 2014 under Artists
Shure sat down with monitor engineer Jason Spence to discuss some of the details involved in mixing monitors at an awards show.
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