Written by Ryan Smith on December 22, 2017 under BroadcastMOTIV
“You’ll shoot your eye out!” Playback engineer Eric Johnston used the Shure MV88 Digital Stereo Condenser microphone to capture “foley” sound effects for the recent live TV broadcast of the holiday classic A Christmas Story.
Written by Soren Pedersen on April 24, 2017 under BroadcastMobile Journalism
Three globetrotting professional mobile journalists offer their perspectives on covering and creating stories with a rig that can fit in a backpack.
Written by Ryan Smith on February 21, 2017 under BroadcastNews
Ryan Smith, Shure’s man in Music City, takes us behind the scenes of CMT’s show Nashville with audio prop master Danny Rowe to find out what it takes to keep it real – both on and off the set.
Written by Davida Rochman on January 17, 2017 under BroadcastMicrophones
In this video, we’ll show some ways to record professional-sounding audio in an office or industrial environment – even when the subject is moving.
Written by Thomas Banks on July 26, 2016 under BroadcastMicrophonesVlogging
Unlock the potential of LensHopper camera-mount shotgun mics with our how-to tips, including accessory and software recommendations.
Written by Matthew Koschak on May 17, 2016 under BroadcastMicrophones
Engineer Matthew Koschak explains shotgun microphones: how they work, common misperceptions, and how to choose the right one for your application.
Written by Stephen Kohler on October 28, 2015 under BroadcastMicrophonesNewsWireless Systems
Stephen Kohler provides an update on the impending 600 MHz band incentive auction, including the FCC’s timeline, expected outcomes, and potential effects on users of professional wireless microphone and in-ear systems.
Written by SueAnn Shiah on October 14, 2015 under Broadcast
Producer SueAnn Shiah explains her journey as a music business major catapulted into the world of DSLR filmmaking, and how the Shure VP83F LensHopper played a part.
Written by Davida Rochman on September 4, 2015 under Broadcast
GRAMMY Camp brings together high school students for a 10-day total creative immersion. We chatted with students on the vocal and video production tracks about their camp experiences and their career goals.
Written by Davida Rochman on September 9, 2014 under Broadcast
Dean Miles targets the one-person-camera operator and explains the importance of recording sound elements to create a soundscape that complements the visual imagery of your project.
Written by Davida Rochman on April 7, 2014 under Broadcast
Shure Contributors: Thomas Banks, Chris Lyons, Gino Sigismondi Consider this: On YouTube alone, over 60 hours of video are uploaded every minute of every day. More video is uploaded to YouTube in one month than the three major television networks combined have created in the past sixty years. The 51-second shot-in-a-dorm-room “Harlem Shake” garnered 36 […]
Written by Davida Rochman on June 13, 2013 under Broadcast
“When a film has only one or two, it is considered an imperfect film. But when there is a profusion of technical flaws, it is called style.” That’s how film festival favorite Pedro Almodovar defended the mistakes so apparent in his first feature-length film Pepi Luci Bom. The year was 1980 and it was the […]
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