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10.24.2012| By Shure Notes|
By: Shure Notes Editors, Contributor: Tim Vear, Senior Applications Engineer Readers of Shure Notes have enthusiastically embraced our annual review of audio myths, which Tim Vear shatters (or not). Here he delivers the answers to some of the most recent questions that originate from Shure customers who call Tim and his fellow Apps Experts for help. Myth: Loud sounds can blow out a microphone False. Generally it is not at all likely that a loud sound will damage a microphone. A dynamic microphone can handle levels above 150dB SPL. That’s not a volume that can be achieved short of …tagsTim Vear
02.04.2009| By Shure Notes|
A Shure Educational Podcast In this episode, we explore the top frequently asked questions from the Shure Applications Group. Chris Lyons is joined by Tim Vear as they discuss how to clean a microphone grill and how to hook up a mic up to a computer.
02.15.2008| By Shure Notes|
The following article is an excerpt from Shure Notes, Issue #27. When we decided to devote this issue to dispelling common audio myths and legends, we had no trouble impaneling a group of experts. Culled mostly from Shure’s Applications Engineering Group, these individuals devote their days, and sometimes their nights, to setting the record straight. Chief among this talented group is Tim Vear, who served as our primary mythbuster and spokesperson. Myth #1: A louder microphone is a better microphone. False. Some microphones are more sensitive than others but microphone sensitivity is not inherently related …
12.07.2007| By Shure Notes|
A Shure Educational Podcast We take a look at the history and technology of the legendary SM57 and SM58® microphones in this episode. A few highlights from the show include: the “drop test” and a testimonial from devoted SM58 user Henry Rollins. Tim Vear from Shure’s Applications Department is our guest.
07.26.2007| By Shure Notes|
A Shure Educational Podcast In this episode, we are joined by Senior Applications Engineer Tim Vear to get a little insight on the different types of wireless antennas and the proper way to place them for optimal performance. Tim is Shure’s resident wireless expert and has enough knowledge on this topic to fill hours and hours of podcast shows. Luckily, we were able to talk him into only providing the highlights of his presentation. At the conclusion of this podcast, if you should still feel the hunger for more wireless antenna information, check out our …