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02.01.2012| By Ryan Smith|
January 10, 2012 Los Angeles, CA There’s nothing quite like trying to make something cool happen – especially at the last minute. Longtime Shure user and recording engineer Cliff Goldmacher called me to see if it was at all possible to get hold of an SM7B he wanted to use the next day to track vocals with Antonia Bennett, daughter of the famous Tony Bennett. He was heading down to Southern California and could pick it up in the LA area if one was available. Antonia tours with her father quite frequently and Cliff wanted …
06.06.2011| By Ryan Smith|
June 4, 2011 Nashville, TN – The Ryman Auditorium OK, so what do I mean by reunion? About 14 years ago, a good friend and contact at A & M records – Al Marks – called me up and told me I had to come out and meet the new artist he was working with. I was still working up in Chicago then and this new artist was only 15 years old. Jonny Lang had just started touring in support of his first major release, Lie To Me, and Al was hoping Shure would start …
04.19.2010| By Shure Notes|
A little bit of knowledge about care, use and preventive maintenance can extend the life and maximize the performance of the gear you already own. Here, Shure’s Bill Ostry shares tips that will preserve your equipment and your budget. Wired Microphones Keep windscreens on vocal mics clean and unclogged – clogged windscreens can reduce the performance of a microphone. Double check screens especially after female vocalists that wear lipstick. Double check that all contacts are clean – tarnished pins on an XLR connector can reduce conductivity and impair performance. Use quality microphone cables – cheap …