Paul works in Global Marketing for the Retail Channel, and also assists with Artists Relations & Partnerships. In his spare time, he is an avid collector of vinyl and runs a couple of record labels of his own. He also has a ‘peach’ or potentially ‘pink’ coloured bike – this fact is the source of much amusement to his colleagues.
Written by Paul Crognale on August 23, 2017 under Mobile JournalismMOTIV
From blaring and brash to tranquil and serene, India is a vibrant symphony of sounds. Matthew Bell created an audio diary of his recent trip to the country armed with just a Shure MV88 microphone and an iPhone.
Written by Paul Crognale on March 29, 2017 under Studio
Chris Jojo has a job many people would envy – as the ‘Senior Sound Designer & Principle Sound Recording Engineer’ for Codemasters Games, he typically spends his time hiring race tracks all over the world, and then recording cars ranging from the super rare, to F1 & rally cars.
Written by Paul Crognale on August 12, 2016 under MOTIV
Thomas Wing-Evans and Michael Perkins embarked on a sound and photography project in Iceland, where they captured all the sounds using an MV88 and an iPhone.
Written by Paul Crognale on November 23, 2015 under Studio
If you don’t already know his name, Cenzo Townshend is a legendary British Mix Engineer and winner of Mix Engineer of the Year at the Music Producers Guild in both 2009 and 2010. Listen to his Shure interview.
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 Paul Crognale on October 22, 2015
In the extremely competitive world of music the best way to stand out is to create your own style – and this can apply to guitar playing, production, drumming, or as we are going to go through today, your voice.
Written by Paul Crognale on October 9, 2015 under News
Unlike other instruments, your voice cannot be fixed with new strings, or taken to a workshop for a service. We’ve got some simple tips to keep your most important instrument in tip-top shape.
Written by Paul Crognale on April 27, 2011 under Live
Shure recently released the KSM313 ribbon mic. Now, this unique microphone is being used on stage with Slash.
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