Written by Ryan Smith on September 28, 2017 under Live
With new rules governing the use of technology in drum corps performances, Bluecoats wanted to see what wireless audio and in-ear monitoring could do for them.
Written by Jessica Sirkin on September 14, 2017 under
Conference calls are opportunities to make a good first impression. Before important calls, use these tips to make sure your conference call audio is the best it can be.
Written by Andrew Low on September 11, 2017 under
We have all experienced our voice echoing through laptop and meeting room speakers or headphones during a video conference with clients or colleagues. Learn why it happens and how to fix it.
Written by Michael Pettersen on July 13, 2017 under News
What is it like in a room where all typical daily noises are absent? In this post, we’ll take you inside one of two Shure anechoic chambers used for product testing.
Written by Stuart Stephens on June 6, 2017 under
Feedback is an annoying and potentially damaging squealing or humming sound that can be extremely distracting during a meeting. Every audio system has a maximum amount of gain or volume that can be applied before feedback is introduced. Stuart Stephens explains why feedback occurs and how it can be eliminated.
Written by Andrew Low on May 16, 2017 under
A video conferencing system with high-quality audio allows people to work effectively wherever they may be and to collaborate with employees, suppliers, clients and potential clients across the globe, allowing businesses to continue to grow.
Written by Jessica Sirkin on May 3, 2017 under
Audio in houses of worship requires more than just speaker placement and mic selection. Learn how GLX-D Advanced simplifies many common audio problems facing houses of worship.
Written by Davida Rochman on February 28, 2017 under LiveNews
Tyler Greene and Adam Yoffe, two live podcasters from the Chicago Podcast Festival, offer eight helpful how-to tips to ensure a successful transition from studio to live podcasting.
Written by Justin Boller on December 13, 2016 under
This educational post provides a simple definition of line-level and mic-level signals, explains the differences between them, and describes how to avoid audio problems by matching the right device to the appropriate input.
Written by Brooke Giddens on October 27, 2016 under
Adam Young explains what’s different when writing a film score vs. a pop song and why he’s excited about the Adam Young Scores Short Film Contest.
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