Written by Justin Boller on December 13, 2016 under Education
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 Education
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 Brooke Giddens on October 31, 2013 under Artists
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 Michael Pettersen on July 13, 2017 under EducationNews
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 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 Stuart Stephens on June 6, 2017 under Education
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 Jessica Sirkin on May 3, 2017 under Education
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 Cheryl Jennison DaProza on April 28, 2017 under Education
If you’ve managed to schedule a rehearsal, congratulations! You’ve already overcome a major hurdle in making music with other people. Get the most out of your time together with these 15 rehearsal tips.
Written by Ryan Smith on April 4, 2017 under Artists
Guitarist Keith Everette Smith of TobyMac and his wife Tasha shared their knowledge with orphaned Ugandan children at a camp that teaches music creation, notation and production.
Written by Sound Hub on March 27, 2017 under Education
Shure UK Systems Group’s John Ellis explains how considering loudspeaker placement can dramatically improve the sound in your video conferencing suite.
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 Allison Wolcott on February 23, 2017 under Education
Shure Notes email newsletter subscribers submit their burning audio questions every month, and we pick one to publish in the email and here. This month, we focus on the benefits of microphones with switchable polar patterns, the KSM9 in particular.
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