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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 about to walk away and listen to a take when John leaned his guitar against …tagsacoustic feedbackBill Gibsoncontrol feedbackDan MurphyfeedbackFrank GilbertJohn ChevalierJune Millingtonlive sound
11.26.2012| By Shure Notes|
By Shure Notes Editors, Contributors: John Chevalier and John Mills In its simplest definition: Equalization involves selectively boosting or cutting bands of frequencies to improve the performance of a sound reinforcement system. Like many other audio technologies, EQ was born in telecommunications, where filters were used to restore and flatten all frequencies, so that response to all frequencies would be equal – hence the label “equalization”. Hollywood came on board in the early 1930s with the emergency of ‘talkies’, but it wasn’t until the late 1950s and early 1960s that Texas academics in the field …
01.18.2012| By Shure Notes|
It’s a little like asking for a raise. Uncomfortable. That’s why many of you out there have asked Shure for advice on ways to approach your lead pastor when it’s time to replace rather than repair. This may lead to stultifying technical discussions but it will certainly result in “how much money is this going to cost?” questions. This is a little bit outside our area of expertise, so we turned to our panel of house of worship experts – music ministers and worship leaders, volunteer and professional sound engineers, musicians and audio consultants – for …