Written by Marc Henshall on January 20, 2017 under Wireless Systems
Shure UK Pro Audio Group Manager, Tuomo Tolonen walks us through the key differential factors that separate how digital and analogue wireless systems sound. Read the article below, or scroll down to watch the Whiteboard Video. The analogue vs digital wireless debate is a highly subjective topic that evokes a lot of emotion. We’ve covered […]
Written by Justin Boller on December 13, 2016 under MicrophonesStudio
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 Mike Petruccelli on July 13, 2016 under MicrophonesUncategorized
Portability requirements, technology comfort level, and likelihood of tripping over cables are some of the contributing factors that should influence whether or not you go wireless as a musician running your own sound.
Written by Paul Crognale on November 20, 2015 under Live
The world’s first sound isolating electrostatic earphones are now upon us in the form of the KSE1500’s. But, depending on your requirements the KSE1500 may or may not be the right earphone for you. In this post we’ll highlight some differences between our current top of line earphones with balanced armature drivers (the SE846), and the […]
Written by Marc Henshall on August 22, 2014 under Live
You’d be hard-pressed to find a band that hasn’t used the celebrated SM57 at least somewhere in their career. To this day, the SM57 remains number one for guitar amps and snares – both live and in the studio. Less well known, the 57 is also heard on many classic vocal recordings – despite being […]
Written by Marc Henshall on March 14, 2014 under Studio
Regular followers of this blog will be familiar with similar FAQ posts, including: describing the differences between the SM58 & SM57, and another post explaining the difference between the Beta58 and SM58. Today we demystify another one of those principle questions. But first, a little background on the SM7(B). Shure’s SM7 was introduced in 1976 and is available […]
Written by Marc Henshall on January 29, 2014 under Studio
The difference between sound isolating and noise cancelling designs is understandably confusing. The terms sound quite similar don’t they? On face value, they appear to offer very similar results (less disruption of your listening experience and less infliction of your musical taste on those around you). Thankfully, it’s not as complicated as it sounds, and […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on October 31, 2013 under Live
Happy Halloween! If you’ve been following us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram you may have seen some Shure Halloween Spirit this week… I can’t believe it’s already Halloween! It seems like the year flew by and we all know this time tomorrow, Santa Claus and Christmas decorations will be everywhere! Oh…the holiday season. Music can make […]
Written by Marc Henshall on May 29, 2013 under Studio
If you’re in the market for high-end earphones – or just curious – the new SE846 can hardly be missed. Our new flagship earphone model rocks in at a pretty penny when compared with the SE535, which naturally raises questions over just how much “better” the new addition model sounds. The good news is, we have the […]
Written by Marc Henshall on April 10, 2013 under Live
Having recently compared the classic SM58 with a Beta58, it seems logical to progress forward with further comparisons. This time, we’re tackling one of the most frequently asked questions put to our technical support team: What makes the SM57 different from the SM58? The answer to this question is actually relatively simple; so, scroll down and we shall tell […]
Written by Marc Henshall on March 26, 2013 under LiveStudio
Our technical team here at Shure UK are regularly asked to describe the difference between our classic SM58 and its closely related cousin, the Beta58. Firstly, let’s be clear: this is not a question of better or worse – both microphones are characterised by outstanding sound and performance. However, each model has key fundamental strengths suitable for different applications. Here are some of […]
Written by Andrew Francis on December 12, 2017 under Systems
Ceiling array microphone technology has revolutionized conference rooms. Andrew Francis, Senior Applications Engineer at Shure, highlights some key best practices to ensure users enjoy the full benefits of a properly configured array.
Written by Marc Henshall on December 7, 2017 under Wireless Systems
Changes to RF spectrum have continued moving at an incredibly fast pace over recent years. Learn the statistics behind these changes.
Written by Zoe Milton on November 30, 2017 under FeaturedLiveTheater
Using microphones for theater productions brings a unique set of challenges. UK sound engineer Zoe Milton offers her top mic placement tips for the stage.
Written by Sam Drazin on November 1, 2017 under Wireless Systems
Amid shrinking spectrum and surging wireless traffic, command and control functionality is becoming increasingly important for professional audio applications. Learn how get the most out of Axient Digital with the Wireless Workbench 6 software.
Written by Cassie Berger on October 19, 2017 under NewsSystems
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