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03.30.2012| By Shure Notes|
Placement Techniques for the Beta 181 Side-Address Condenser Microphone By: John Born, Rob Klegon and Chad Wiggins Beta microphones, first introduced in 1989, have earned a reputation among touring pros and recording engineers for rugged reliability and construction (a Shure signature), precise sound reproduction, low handling noise and high gain before feedback. Everyone knows that. Beta mics, like their indefatigable SM cousins, turn in a solid, no-surprises performance that make them favorites of artists as diverse as Boney James, Herbie Hancock and Maroon 5. Engineers, too. But late in 2010, Shure had some surprises in …tagsBetaBeta 181Chad WigginsCharlie BenanteEric SchillingHugh JohnsonJohn Bornlive soundmicrophone placementmicrophone techniquesrecordingRob Klegonside address condenser
02.27.2012| By Allison Wolcott|
One of our favorites SRH940 stories comes from the GRAMMY® Awards. John Harris of Music Mix Mobile was troubleshooting an input issue and grabbed the closest pair of cans on-hand for some critical listening on …
07.06.2009| By Shure Notes|
In spite of all the advances made in ribbon technology it’s hard to overcome the impression that these microphones are divas. We asked four sound engineers who record and tour with the likes of the Pretenders, Susan Tedeschi, Frank Sinatra and Cheap Trick’s Robin Zander about their on stage and in studio experiences. Here’s what they had to say. In this issue, we’re talking about ribbon mics. How are you using them? Roger Lindsay: “Lead and pedal steel guitars.” Julian King: “I frequently use them on guitar amps, drum room mics and acoustic instruments like …tagsEric SchillinginterviewJulian KingKSM313KSM353Mike Sponarskirecordingribbon microphonesRoger Lindsay