Written by Mike Petruccelli on March 7, 2017 under Education
Performing live for the first time can be a nerve-wracking experience, so don’t leave anything to chance. By following these helpful suggestions, you’ll be ready to take the stage with confidence – and prepared when things happen to go wrong.
Written by Davida Rochman on February 28, 2017 under News
We spoke with live podcasting experts Tyler Greene and Adam Yoffe about how to take your podcast from the studio to the stage. The two worked together at the Chicago Podcast Festival, where Greene was artistic director and Yoffe a recording engineer.
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on September 29, 2016 under Education
Use our checklist to make sure your next Periscope, Facebook Live, or other live mobile streaming broadcast sounds clear and professional.
Written by James Wasem on May 19, 2016 under Education
In this excerpt from his book for church sound volunteers, sound engineer and systems integrator James Wasem explains the basic rules for miking a choir.
Written by Davida Rochman on July 10, 2015 under Education
Key Chang, FOH engineer for bluegrass duo Dailey & Vincent, shares the “reel-life” challenges of shooting a live concert DVD with a cast of thousands.
Written by Brooke Giddens on January 29, 2015 under Artists
If you’re tired of straining to hear live music over clinking bottles and loud conversations, then you need to know about Sofar Sounds, an alternative live-music experience available around the globe. Shure is excited to be partnering with Sofar.
Written by Davida Rochman on May 15, 2014 under Education
In this post, we’re going to turn the spotlight on an essential instrument in the horn section: the saxophone. To help us do it, we’ve turned to a trio of pros: ADAM HILL from Memphis’s legendary Ardent Studios (where everyone from Big Star to the Staples Singers and Isaac Hayes has recorded), FOH Engineer FRANK […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on May 13, 2014 under Education
Two expert colleagues hooked me up with eight live vocal microphones, from value-priced to high-end, dynamics and condensers, so I could experience for myself the differences between them and figure out which one I preferred.
Written by Cory Lorentz on March 14, 2014 under Artists
Now while it may be true that you need talent and timing to make it in this business of rock n’ roll, it also helps to have some friends in high places. Today, Paul Natkin has friends of all types of status all over the world… I’ve witnessed greetings from rock stars, management, club owners, […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on July 8, 2013 under Events
The Montreux Jazz Festival, that 15-day slice of jazzophile heaven, is in full-throttle scat and improvisation mode until July 20. Again this year, Shure is proud to be the official technical supplier of microphones and wireless systems, as well as the sponsor of the Shure Montreux Jazz Voice Competition. If you’re not in Montreux, you […]
Written by Davida Rochman on February 13, 2013 under Education
By Worship Leader Sandy Hoffman Whether you believe that God or the Devil is in the details, the fact is that no matter how hard you try to honor one or drive the other away by paying attention to the smallest things, stuff happens. Our music teachers always taught us to play through mistakes. But […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on November 19, 2012 under Events
If you have a burning question about Shure gear, now’s your chance to get an answer from a real live Shure expert at your local Guitar Center store. On Saturdays between 12 PM and 5 PM throughout the holiday season, Shure reps will be on hand to listen to your particular audio quandary and work […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on September 5, 2012 under Events
The air is getting cooler around Shure HQ. Daylight’s fading faster. Kids have that serious back-to-school look in their eyes. Is this bumming you out? Me too. So let’s have one last hurrah for summer 2012. Tell us what live show you enjoyed most this past summer. Post a comment below: don’t be shy. We’ll […]
Written by Ryan Smith on October 18, 2011 under Artists
October 14, 2011 Bridgestone Arena – Nashville, TN The last time these wonderful Christian Artists were in Nashville, I had a prior commitment and was unable to stick around for the show. Tonight, I planned to spend the afternoon and evening with the band and crew. I meet up with Carter Hassebrook who is the […]
Written by Marc Young on June 22, 2017 under EducationNews
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 Troy Jensen on June 15, 2017 under Education
Understanding how the base building design affects the quality of audio and video conferencing in rooms can help create conference systems that provide a great experience in a modern office space.
Written by Allison Wolcott on June 1, 2017 under Education
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