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04.07.2014| By Shure Notes|
Shure Contributors: Thomas Banks, Chris Lyons, Gino Sigismondi Consider this: On YouTube alone, over 60 hours of video are uploaded every minute of every day. More video is uploaded to YouTube in one month than the three major television networks combined have created in the past sixty years. The 51-second …
01.24.2014| By Shure Notes|
Contributor: Gino Sigismondi, Senior Manager, Shure Systems Support For the last couple of years, we’ve all heard the steady drumbeat of digital in pro sound applications. Digital audio networking systems that transmit and receive up to 64 audio channels over a single Ethernet cable, and more recently, digital wireless microphone …
07.18.2013| By Shure Notes|
Contributors: Gino Sigismondi and Doug Totel The hum. The buzz. The crackle. Or no sound at all. While we’re all familiar with the unwanted sound of, let’s say, guitar amp feedback, there are other issues that are a little trickier to identify and eliminate. This time around, you’re in complete …
05.13.2013| By Shure Notes|
In the second half of our two-part series, Shure Associate Gino Sigismondi, who many of you know from articles in Shure Notes as well as training sessions at seminars and conferences, explains the different types of mics used in church applications along with tips on where to place them. Form …tagsGino Sigismondihouse of worshiplive soundmicrophone placementmicrophone selectionmicrophone techniques
04.19.2013| By Shure Notes|
Sometimes people ask us, “Why do you guys make so many different types of microphones?” The answer is: there are many different applications that require different form factors – handheld, headset or stand-mounted and different technologies that produce different sound qualities. But often, it comes down to what sounds right …
09.12.2012| By Shure Notes|
Contributors: Jim Brown and Gino Sigismondi You’ve done everything you can think of to keep the levels constant. You’ve added amps. You‘ve moved speakers. Still, the amount of reverberation in your worship space makes intelligibility a real challenge. Then, of course, there’s background noise and feedback. Believe it or not, there may be a simple solution to combating these sound quality issues. Three letters. DSP. Whether audience members are in a theatre, an auditorium, or a church like yours, they have high expectations about sound quality. So if you’re curious about the ability of DSPs …tagsAudio Systems GroupDFR22Digital Signal ProcessingDSPGino Sigismondihouse of worshipinstalled soundJim Brown
08.01.2008| By Shure Notes|
A Shure Educational Podcast Part three of a three-part series on wireless microphone technology. In this episode, we help our listeners choose the appropriate antenna and its placement for their wireless system.
08.01.2008| By Shure Notes|
A Shure Educational Podcast Part two of a three-part series on wireless microphone technology. In this episode, we help our listeners pick the appropriate frequency for their wireless system.
07.16.2008| By Shure Notes|
A Shure Educational Podcast Part one of a three-part series on wireless microphone technology. In this episode, we help our listeners pick the appropriate system for their application.