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08.20.2007| By Shure Notes|
A Shure Educational Podcast Tim Vear from Shure’s Applications Engineering department can talk wireless with the best of them. In this installment, Tim shares his knowledge of wireless technology and television airwaves…past, present and future.
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 …
07.15.2006| By Shure Notes|
The following article is an excerpt from Shure Notes, Issue #18. Billy Ward: Touring and Recording Drummer’s Drummer Multi-Pattern Mics and More He’s worked with everyone from Yoko Ono, Robbie Robertson and Joan Osborne to jazz artists like Bill Evans Supergroup, Living Time Orchestra and Leni Stern while finding time to produce Big Time, an instructional DVD, his way cool Two Hands Clapping CD, and Inside Out, a compilation of his “Concepts” articles from Modern Drummer magazine. According to one reviewer, “Billy Ward must munch on a steady diet of hipness pills. Everything he plays …tagsBilly WardDaniel LanoisDave Catchingdrum mikingFOHFred Drakeinstrument mikinginterviewJeffey RasmussenKSM141KSM32KSM44Alive soundMark HowardMichael McDonaldmikingmixingrecordingRobert PlantRyan Smithtips
08.15.2005| By Shure Notes|
Part I – Understanding the Basics The following article is an excerpt from Shure Notes, Issue #13 (August 2005). There are almost as many reasons to make your own recording as there are new (and yes, even established) artists making them. You may want to chart your progress as a performer or record a new tune you’ve written. Maybe you’d like to make your band’s music available on the web. Aim even higher and enjoy the artistic freedom (along with the profits) of self-producing your own indie effort. Point is – whatever your goal, you …tagsCliff GoldmacherCurt JuergensenHerbie HancockinterviewKurt DinsemasteringmicrophonesmixingrecordingStarbucksSteve Revilaktips