Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on September 8, 2016 under SystemsWebinars
Find out how easy it is to capture great audio from above in today’s flexible conferencing environments using the new MXA910 Ceiling Array Microphone.
Written by Marc Henshall on February 4, 2016 under LiveWireless Systems
As a relatively new development in the ongoing debate about the future of spectrum, Whitespace Devices are often overlooked or misunderstood. In this whiteboard session, we cover what whitespace devices are, why and where they operate, and how they cause some concern for wireless microphone users.
Written by Marc Henshall on May 11, 2015 under LiveWireless Systems
Recently, Ofcom approved plans for white space devices to share radio spectrum with digital TV and wireless microphones. Although we knew it was coming, the decision comes as a considerable blow as we face the prospect of unlicensed wireless devices operating in close proximity to wireless microphone and in-ear monitor systems.
Written by Davida Rochman on April 5, 2013
For up-to-date information on the FCC Incentive Auction, please refer to our Resource Center. What’s the buzz? What is it? When does it happen? What are the effects on wireless users? Just when we all adjusted to 2009’s FCC regulations involving the use of wireless microphones and mobile devices in the TV band, along comes a […]
Written by Davida Rochman on February 27, 2012
For up-to-date information on the FCC Incentive Auction, please refer to our Resource Center.” The first TV Bands Device (aka “white space device” or WSD) has been approved by the FCC and was released to the market on January 26, 2012. The device is the model AWR Agility White Space Radio manufactured by KTS Wireless (http://www.ktswireless.com/products-and-services/agility-white-space-radio-awr/). […]
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 Marc Young on April 12, 2018 under Signal Path PodcastStudio
The Signal Path podcast from Shure brings you exclusive interviews with the people shaping the world of audio. Listen to the latest episode with Bryan Grone and William Garrett from Spotify Studios.
Written by Tom Mason on March 26, 2018 under Vlogging
Wildlife photographer Tom Mason started video blogging to show people what it takes to snap amazing shots of everything from penguins to bears. So upon his return to civilization, Shure asked to see the gear inside his vlog kit.
Written by Bells Driver on March 17, 2018 under Studio
Since opening its doors in 1984, Strongroom Studios in East London has welcomed everyone from Eric Clapton to The Spice Girls. We spoke with studio manager Emma Townsend for a little lesson in recording history.
Written by Hayden Leiper on March 14, 2018 under Wireless Systems
In this part of our wireless series, we will focus on antennas, covering the design and performance characteristics of those most commonly utilized in the professional audio industry.
Written by Abby Kaplan on March 7, 2018 under News
Six decades after leaving downtown Chicago, Shure is returning to its roots with a spectacular new office and presentation space in the city’s Loop business district.
Written by Hayden Leiper on February 21, 2018 under Live
In this post, we focus on Electromagnetic wave propagation, covering the concepts of wavelength, reflection, diffraction, absorption and polarization.
Written by Robin Hamerlinck on February 12, 2018 under Systems
In the IT sector, the only constant has been change. The ways in which technology is used, the tools available to end users and the backend infrastructure have all undergone several evolutions. CES shows what else the future may hold for AV/IT technology.
Written by Hayden Leiper on February 7, 2018 under Live
As governments around the world sell off portions of the spectrum, it is becoming important for audio engineers to have a thorough understanding of wireless microphone and IEM technologies. For this reason, Shure have partnered with Entertainment Technology Asia to present a series covering RF Engineering theory.
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