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05.11.2009| By Shure Notes|
Of Mics and Men There’s the conventional. Now what about the advanced? We talked to three drummers whose approaches to drum miking are as different as their musical odysseys. First, Rascal Flatts’ Jim Riley. Next, ex-Pat Metheny Group sideman and groundbreaking percussionist Paul Wertico. And finally, British touring band favorite Simon Phillips, currently living in the USA working on his own solo projects. Shure enthusiasts all, here’s what they had to say. Jim Riley Bandleader, Rascal Flatts drummer Jim was born in Boston, Massachusetts and from an early age, showed real interest in music. He …
09.15.2007| By Shure Notes|
he following article is an excerpt from Shure Notes, Issue #25. Updated June 23, 2011. If you want to capture a more natural sound in your recordings, it’s time to learn a few fundamentals of stereo miking. Early on, these techniques were developed to approximate the sound we hear in our own two ears. Stereo recordings give the listener sound images that correspond to the location of the instruments in the recording session – left to right and front to back. They provide a picture of the recording space’s acoustics and capture sound source characteristics …
10.01.2005| By Allison Wolcott|
Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds headlines this issue, in which editor Cory Lorentz foregos the usual Letter from the Editor in favor of a simple remembrance of Michael Dalquist, Johnathan Glick, and Douglas Meis, three Shure Associates who tragically left this world too soon. View and download the full On Tour With Shure Fall 2005 Issue on shure.com. Check out interviews and pics of the following artists featured in this issue: Kenny “Babyface” Edmonds System Of A Down Paul Wertico DKT/MC5 Doves Jesse McCartney Faith Evans Anthrax Trail of Dead Trace AdkinstagsAnthraxDKT/MC5DovesFaith EvansJesse McCartneyKenny "Babyface" EdmondsOn Tour With ShurePaul WerticoSystem Of A DownTrace AdkinsTrail of Dead