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01.25.2013| By Shure Notes|
By Shure Notes Editors Contributors: John Chevalier Bill Gibson Frank Gilbert June Millington Dan Murphy “John had a semi-acoustic Gibson guitar. It had a pickup on it so it could be amplified. We were just …tagsacoustic feedbackBill Gibsoncontrol feedbackDan MurphyfeedbackFrank GilbertJohn ChevalierJune Millingtonlive sound
08.04.2011| By Shure Notes|
The following article is an excerpt from Shure Notes for House of Worship, Issue #46 (August 4, 2011). One of the most commonly asked questions in professional audio is “What microphone can I use that doesn’t cause feedback?” The answer is: no such microphone exists. Feedback results from a combination of many factors, including loudspeaker placement, microphone placement, and the frequency response of both devices and room acoustics. It’s a complicated process. Entire books have been written on the subject and the mathematical formulas that model feedback are quite involved. So let’s summarize the problem. …
04.29.2010| By Shure Notes|
One of the basic building blocks of sound system design is the Potential Acoustic Gain (PAG) equation. With a few simple calculations it can provide a guide to dealing with the problems and restrictions encountered with feedback and other issues. Download this helpful guide. Understanding Sound System Design and Feedback Using (Ugh!) Math By Rich Frank Download PDF