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
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 Listening
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 KSE1500.
Written by Marc Henshall on August 22, 2014 under Microphones
You’d be hard-pressed to find a band that hasn’t used the celebrated SM57, and while less well known, the Beta 57A is also heard on many classic vocal recordings. So what’s the difference between these two mics?
Written by Marc Henshall on March 14, 2014 under Microphones
The Shure SM7 was introduced in 1976. Available today as the SM7B, this mic is sometimes referred to as the SM57 on steroids. But what makes it different?
Written by Marc Henshall on January 29, 2014 under Listening
The difference between sound isolating and noise cancelling designs is understandably confusing. Thankfully, it’s not as complicated as it sounds.
Written by Brooke Giddens on October 31, 2013 under LiveNews
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 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 Rob Fuhlbrugge on February 16, 2018 under Wireless Systems
With the world of pro audio rapidly embracing all things digital, Shure is deepening its partnership with Yamaha to the benefit of customers of both companies. Rob Fuhlbrugge takes a look at the collaborative future of pro audio.
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.
Written by Marc Young on February 6, 2018 under Signal Path Podcast
Did Prince once nearly ruin his legendary live show? How do you convert a VW bus into a mobile recording studio? And what’s it like working with Björk? The new Signal Path podcast from Shure brings you exclusive interviews with the people shaping the world of audio.
Written by Richard Knott on February 1, 2018 under Systems
Advances in technology are helping AV and IT grow closer together. But how can companies relying on high-quality conferencing ensure their tech experts are speaking the same language?
Written by Marc Young on January 30, 2018 under MOTIV
What happens when you give innovative producers MV88 microphones and whisk them away to record sounds in unusual locations? Check out Bonafide Magazine’s video series to see UK beatmaker Paul White hunt for audio at the eerie Maunsell Sea Forts.
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