Written by Marc Young on October 12, 2018 under News
Brian Holl from Foreign Fields recorded an entire album for his side project Boy Bjorn using just a single mic. He tells Shure how he found his inspiration with the Beta 87A.
Written by Marc Henshall on September 28, 2018 under News
Best known for his work as the frontman of London-based Indie Rock band, The Carnabys, Jack Mercer embarks on his latest new project, VC Pines. We catch up with this talented young musician after a recent show.
Written by Davida Rochman on August 22, 2018 under LiveNews
Biketopia is a traveling music collective using pedal power to raise environmental awareness and amplify their concerts. Shure spoke with the cycling musician-activists during their recent summer tour.
Written by Jim Schanz on May 15, 2018 under NewsSystems
What does it take to create a state-of-the art customer center in an historic 1906 Loop building? Shure Pro Systems Director Jim Schanz takes us behind the scenes to find out.
Written by Abby Kaplan on March 7, 2018 under News
Six decades after leaving downtown Chicago, Shure is returning to its roots with a new office and presentation space in the city’s Loop business district.
Written by Michael Pettersen on January 4, 2018 under MicrophonesNews
Resident Shure historian Michael Pettersen shares the stories behind some of his favorite archival treasures, including how an SM56 mic avoided being smashed by The Who and set on fire by Jimi Hendrix at Monterey Pop in 1967.
Written by Tuomo Tolonen on November 26, 2017 under NewsWireless Systems
With the UK 700MHz band clearance now scheduled for May 2020, Tuomo Tolonen explores the broader implications for our industry and how you can best prepare to meet the ongoing challenges.
Written by Michael Pettersen on November 16, 2017 under MicrophonesNews
Resident Shure historian Michael Pettersen shares the stories behind some of his favorite archival treasures, including one microphone making a transatlantic journey to Belgium during World War II.
Written by Linda Hansen on November 14, 2017 under MicrophonesNews
There are iconic designs that define an entire product category: Ray-Ban Wayfarer shades, the classic Coke bottle, the Model 302 Western Electric telephone. And, of course, the Shure Model 55 microphone. Now we celebrate this icon with a special edition.
Written by Davida Rochman on September 19, 2017 under News
With lots of performances across four summer nights, Nashville’s CMA Festival presented wireless frequency coordination challenges that Jason Glass met head on with Axient® Digital.
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on July 26, 2017 under News
Shure has several ways to recognize Associate service and longevity. We take a look at these programs, including an inside look at the annual Service Awards Luncheon.
Written by Michael Pettersen on July 13, 2017 under News
What is it like in a room where all typical daily noises are absent? In this post, we’ll take you inside one of two Shure anechoic chambers used for product testing.
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 Sam Drazin on January 31, 2017 under News
Get the rundown on recent updates to Wireless Workbench® and ShurePlus™ Channels software that enhance the capabilities of Shure wireless systems and make remote monitoring easier.
Written by Allison Wolcott on December 15, 2016 under News
Shure strives to be the most trusted audio brand worldwide. How we do that has evolved over the years, yet perhaps also come full circle. Four Shure executives share their perspective on innovation in this post.
Written by Brooke Giddens on October 27, 2016 under News
Adam Young explains what’s different when writing a film score vs. a pop song and why he’s excited about the Adam Young Scores Short Film Contest.
Written by Allison Wolcott on August 24, 2016 under News
In 2014, we added another quality control function to our product testing arsenal. In this interview, team members explain how their tests differ from traditional quality tests, and why everyone loves the SweatBot.
Written by Stephen Kohler on August 3, 2016 under News
Because people today expect technology products to not only work well, but also to work well with other products they connect to, Shure has forged several partnerships with key technology companies to deliver exactly that experience.
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on June 14, 2016 under News
Find the perfect present for music and recording enthusiasts with our gift guide. We have suggestions for audiophiles, guitar gods, vinyl geeks, singers, frequent flyers, videographers, podcasters and more.
Written by Marc Henshall on April 25, 2016 under News
Bring Me The Horizon played London’s Royal Albert Hall on Friday 22nd April in aid of Teenage Cancer Trust. Rocksound.tv described the bands performance as a “coming of age,” as the band sold-out the iconic Victorian venue to perform alongside a 60-piece orchestra. As a former deathcore band, performing classical reworks from their latest album, ‘That’s the Spirit’ in such a prestigious and […]
Written by Stephen Kohler on February 24, 2016 under News
Wouldn’t you like a wireless mic that looks as unique as your music sounds? How about adding your logo? You can, with Shure Design Studio. Stephen Kohler offers a walk-through of the tool.
Written by Nelson Arreguín on February 17, 2016 under News
Nelson Arreguín dishes on the difference between what people think the Shure Artist Relations team does and what they really do every day (and night).
Written by Allison Wolcott on January 13, 2016 under News
Engineer Roger Grinnip and product manager Sean Sullivan tell the story of the development of the first portable electrostatic Sound Isolating™ earphone system, from experiment to reality.
Written by Allison Wolcott on December 16, 2015 under News
Five Summer 2015 interns share what it’s like to be an intern at Shure, from finding an apartment to a typical work day to intern social life.
Written by Sam Drazin on December 4, 2015 under NewsWireless Systems
Shure has added full UHF-R® support to its RF monitoring and control app for iOS devices. Sam Drazin explains why you really need this free app.
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 Paul Crognale on October 9, 2015 under News
Unlike other instruments, your voice cannot be fixed with new strings, or taken to a workshop for a service. We’ve got some simple tips to keep your most important instrument in tip-top shape.
Written by Davida Rochman on May 20, 2015 under News
The newest release of our Wireless Workbench software features the most robust set of updates ever. User Experience Designer Sam Drazin explains the highlights.
Written by Mike Petruccelli on April 17, 2015 under News
Here’s a checklist of things to keep in mind for open mic performances, from how to prepare to what to bring to interacting with the audience and fellow performers.
Written by Ryan Smith on April 6, 2015 under News
Imagine The Band Perry doing a show live in your high school gym. It happened in Cascade, Iowa, as part of a campaign promoting safe driving for teens.
Written by Allison Wolcott on February 18, 2015 under News
Michael Johns, Product Manager for Shure PSM, explains the story of the two PSM 300 systems, plus a few other distinguishing features. Bonus: video instructions for setting up a PSM 300 system.
Written by Brooke Giddens on January 29, 2015 under News
If you’re tired of straining to hear live music over clinking bottles and loud conversations, then you need to know about Sofar Sounds, an alternative live-music experience available around the globe. Shure is excited to be partnering with Sofar.
Written by Matt Dobschuetz on October 3, 2014 under News
Over the past few months, the Shure team has developed a new Wireless Frequency Finder (WFF) tool. We updated our data sources to ensure the most accurate location and wireless frequency availability data. We also have reworked the design to support desktop and mobile uses. The new and improved finder will give you a better […]
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on October 1, 2014 under ListeningNews
We’re so excited to be bringing our headphones to the masses with the introduction of the new SRH144, SRH145, and SRH145m+. These sleek products offer high-fidelity audio in a collapsible design, all for under $60.
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on October 1, 2014 under News
Our newest personal monitoring solution, the PSM® 300, is a stereo monitoring system that brings the performance and durability of our higher tiered systems to performers looking for a more affordable option.
Written by Allison Wolcott on September 10, 2014 under News
Mu Yang, from the product development team, talks about our newest wireless system, QLX-D Digital Wireless. He discusses who it is (and isn’t) for, and how it compares to some of our other systems.
Written by Ryan Smith on August 28, 2014 under News
On October 20th, 2008, Ryan Smith and Paul Natkin jumped in Ryan’s car and headed to Auburn Hills, Michigan to shoot an ad for the SM58 featuring The Who.
Written by Brooke Giddens on August 8, 2014 under LiveNews
Brooke Winners THE FOOD. OMG. Martin Doherty of CHVRCHES’ dance moves! I mean, that dude went crazy. It was like a mix of moshing and the Charleston. Fireworks at Calvin Harris’ headlining show! Smallpools’ story about Googling themselves when they first started the band, and how it always brought up links about how killer whales should […]
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on July 31, 2014 under News
Our friend, Meghan Brown, wrote this guest blog for Featured News… GRAMMY Camp! Have you heard of it? It’s an awesome summer camp program that brings high school students together for a 10 day total music immersion. Last week, I was lucky enough to join ultra-talented campers at GRAMMY Camp LA and see firsthand how […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on July 15, 2014 under LiveNews
It’s a right of passage for almost every 15-year-old girl of Hispanic heritage. A quinceañera is typically a huge fiesta which celebrates a young girl’s transition from childhood to womanhood and presents her to the community as young adult. The celebration highlights God, family, and community, and typically includes plenty of music, food, and a […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on July 14, 2014 under LiveNews
Summer is in full swing and as we all know, it’s crucial to have a summer playlist to be the background to all our adventures. As we prepare for our upcoming Chicago festivals (Pitchfork and Lollapalooza), I’ve been finding myself listening to new music constantly. I must admit, coming from Southern Missouri, summer to me […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on July 8, 2014 under LiveNews
In 1976, I was breaking into the business, but I didn’t know how to get access to shows. One night, I went to the Ivanhoe Theater in Chicago to try to talk my way in. I figured a small place would be easier. I went to the backstage door and started talking to the guy […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on June 25, 2014 under LiveNews
Like in real estate, location is what it is all about in photography. Often I am given about two minutes when I walk into a venue or hotel to find a location to shoot a portrait. Sometimes it just comes to me. Walking around on stage during a television taping with Count Basie, I looked […]
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on June 16, 2014 under News
We at Shure are proud to introduce a new solution for installed conferencing applications. The DC 5900 F Flush-Mounted Discussion Unit is an attractive alternative for those meetings rooms where there is a need for a permanent discussion system and the aesthetic is a priority. Working with our DDS 5900 series, it easily installs in a […]
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on June 13, 2014 under News
Our newest digital wireless offering will make its US debut at InfoComm next week. Available later this summer, the QLX-D™ Digital Wireless System is the most spectrally efficient wireless system in its class. It is able to fit as many as 17 transmitters operating in a single 6 MHz TV channel. It provides crystal-clear digital […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on June 11, 2014 under LiveNews
Shure’s Performance Listening Center (PLC) managed by Dean Giavaras is used internally for a myriad of reasons. Operated by the Product Development Division, Shure associates use it daily to test and evaluate microphones, critical listening, recording, photo shoots, and even band rehearsals. It’s our very own private studio. But from time to time the PLC’s […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on June 6, 2014 under LiveNews
I always have some fun when I am around the Red Hot Chili Peppers. I first met them when they played a small club in Chicago. They were kind of young, and quiet back then. Later, when I was on tour with The Rolling Stones in New York City in 1989, I went to visit […]
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on June 4, 2014 under News
An Interview With Sean Sullivan There isn’t one of us who doesn’t have a tangled pair of low-end earphones in a gym bag, coat pocket or buried next to the I-PASS tollway transponder somewhere in the glove compartment under a crumpled pile of fast food napkins. The chances are pretty good, too, that at least […]
Written by Ryan Smith on May 30, 2014 under LiveNews
I still remember getting a call back in 1997 from Wilbur Rimes, father of an incredible new young singer named LeAnn. Her song “Blue” was exploding on the charts. Naturally, we were very interested in working with her. It was a pretty short conversation because he had basically said to me, “We want the same […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on May 28, 2014 under LiveNews
In 1983, I decided that it would probably be a good idea if I started branching out from just shooting in Chicago. My first destination was the US Festival in Ontario, California, on May 28th, 29th and 30th of 1983. I called a publicist that I knew was working with the festival, which was organized […]
Written by Ryan Smith on May 23, 2014 under LiveNews
Korn, quite simply, is at the top of their game. With Brian “Head” Welch back in the group and Ray Luzier driving the band on drums, Korn is performing better than ever. Lead singer Jonathan Davis’ voice is stronger, the group is tighter, and the fans are still supporting this band who originally came to […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on May 22, 2014 under LiveNews
Early in 1989, I read an article in Rolling Stone that said that the Stones were going out on tour later in the year. I sent the same letter to Keith’s manager that I had sent the year before, “Heard you guys are going out on the road. Call me if you need a photographer.” […]
Written by Ryan Smith on May 16, 2014 under LiveNews
A voice with experience. Rhonda has been touring and performing for most of her life. Her schedule every year is so crazy that it’s a wonder she has any time to record. This year, she found time to record a double CD entitled Only Me. One CD with bluegrass songs, the other with country songs. […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on May 14, 2014 under LiveNews
In August of 1988, my next door neighbor, Don McLeese (who was the music critic for the Chicago Sun Times), asked me if I would like to go to New York with him the next day to shoot pictures while he interviewed Keith Richards of the Rolling Stones. As Keith was one of my only […]
Written by Cheryl Jennison DaProza on May 9, 2014 under News
A few years ago, I lost my SM58 at a gig. As I scrambled about the festival grounds desperately searching for it and fighting back tears, I was met with curious looks and questioning eyes. Why the dramatics over a $100 mic that was so easily replaceable? One reason: that SM58 belonged to my mother. […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on May 9, 2014 under LiveNews
When I was a kid, I started listening to Blues music and grew to be a big fan. I always wanted to meet the guys making the music, and getting in this business made that come true. In 1977, I went to a concert at the Auditorium Theater in Chicago and photographed Muddy Waters and Johnny Winter. The next […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on May 6, 2014 under LiveNews
In December of 1987, I set up a photo shoot with one of my favorite artists, Alice Cooper. It’s always great to photograph one of his shows. He’s one of the greatest live performers on the planet. His manager asked me to do a photo shoot with him that night, but unlike most artists, he […]
Written by Marc Henshall on April 29, 2014 under News
When the unidyne 55 was introduced, it was the first single element unidirectional dynamic microphone in the world. From entertainers to politicians, past and present, the Unidyne remains the world’s most recognisable microphone. In celebration, we look at the Unidyne story and what makes it the basis for all microphones built today.
Written by Brent Burdick on April 29, 2014 under News
It was 75 years ago today when Shure released a rugged, high-performance public address microphone called the Unidyne® 55. No ordinary microphone, the 55 gave the world the first professional tool to reproduce sound in vibrant tones and textures, without the complex setup requirements of other mics of the time. Beyond the microphone’s amazing sonic […]
Written by Ryan Smith on April 18, 2014 under LiveNews
About a mile off the 101 in Oxnard, California sits an industrial park surrounded by mountains off in the distance. Inside one of these buildings sits the Drum Channel video facility where the walls were about to be shaken by shredding guitar riffs. For on Tuesday April 15, legendary Megadeth founder and frontman Dave Mustaine came […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on April 18, 2014 under LiveNews
In early July, Rolling Stone called and asked me to go to the Jacksons’ Victory Tour opening in Kansas City. Turns out, they liked the Springsteen and Prince photos, too. I flew down the night before the first show and went to the press conference at the Hyatt in downtown Kansas City. What a circus! […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on April 11, 2014 under LiveNews
Because of my job doing Artist Relations for Shure I’ve had the pleasure of witnessing some pretty amazing shows. I’ve also had the opportunity to catch some pretty bad ones. Not that I’m complaining… It might be that the band has an off night for whatever reason and they don’t sound as good as you […]
Written by Ryan Smith on April 11, 2014 under LiveNews
Once again, Shure products were in high demand at the 49th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards. Similar to last year’s show, the PSM®1000 was the sole in-ear monitor systems used for all performances. As far as wireless microphones, the UR2/SM58 was again the clear winner among artists and engineers for the show. Shure Artists […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on April 10, 2014 under LiveNews
At this point in time, one thing lead to another and another and another for Paul. People began to take notice of his work behind the lens and they wanted a piece of what Paul was capturing for their artists, too… “When I got back from Minneapolis for Prince’s birthday party, I sent some of […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on April 4, 2014 under LiveNews
You’re either a fan of remixes or you’re not. I get it, I’ve heard pretty bad ones myself. But as a former DJ, I do love a good remix when properly executed. Especially when it’s already a great song people love but it’s presented to you in a different way. Some remixes can barely be […]
Written by Ryan Smith on April 4, 2014 under LiveNews
From the very first phrase of one of her songs, when you hear her voice, you know it’s Sara. I cannot name another female artist who sounds remotely close to her among our artists or even on the planet! That’s one of the characteristics I’m looking for: someone with a distinctive voice who sings with […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on April 1, 2014 under LiveNews
By now Paul Natkin’s work was speaking for itself. Gone were the days of calling EVERY magazine on the planet to get an assignment. Getting into a local Chicago concert as a photographer for the evening was no longer in doubt. What Paul captured through his lens was in high demand and there were times […]
Written by Ryan Smith on March 28, 2014 under LiveNews
Think about how many great bands there are and have been with four-part harmonies and multiple lead singers. The Eagles, Fleetwood Mac, ABBA, Little Big Town, Night Ranger, and so many more. It just works so well. You know exactly who it is because of their music, but certain songs just need a different voice […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on March 28, 2014 under LiveNews
Hello, friends. The time has come. The Juno Awards will be celebrated this Sunday, and we are down to our last featured category: Artist of the Year. This prestigious prize is awarded to best individual musician in Canada for the year. Recent winners include: Leonard Cohen, Feist, Neil Young, K’naan, Sam Roberts, Michael Bublé and […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on March 21, 2014 under LiveNews
We are about a week away from the Juno Awards which will be celebrated at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, MB, Canada, on Sunday March 30th. So far, I have highlighted the nominees for Pop Album of the Year, Rock Album of the Year, Breakthrough Artist of the Year, and Single of the Year. We are […]
Written by Ryan Smith on March 21, 2014 under LiveNews
Just last month, I wrote about Rhonda becoming the 2014 inductee into the Society for the Preservation of Bluegrass Music of America’s Hall of Greats (article here). I just happened to look up this month’s schedule for Music City Roots and Rhonda was headlining the show on March 12. That day, I loaded up the […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on March 20, 2014 under LiveNews
During the MTV Live Aid broadcast, Bob Dylan made a comment. He said, “We need to do this for the American Farmers!” Willie Nelson was watching the show, and he agreed. So he called his friend Jim Thompson, the Governor of Illinois at the time, and also called his friend John Mellencamp and said, “Give […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on March 14, 2014 under LiveNews
Usually before a new album is released, artists and their record labels release what they call the album’s single. Singles are typically the album’s best song or songs, which are chosen to be released prior to the album’s official release for promotional purposes. In this week’s Juno Award Highlight, I am happy to feature the […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on March 14, 2014 under LiveNews
Now while it may be true that you need talent and timing to make it in this business of rock n’ roll, it also helps to have some friends in high places. Today, Paul Natkin has friends of all types of status all over the world… I’ve witnessed greetings from rock stars, management, club owners, […]
Written by Ryan Smith on March 14, 2014 under LiveNews
…and she certainly has a way with them. Not only in songs, but in interviews as well. A little back story: It was a cold, windy morning on February 26 in Niles, Illinois, as a white passenger van pulled up to the employee entrance at 5800 W. Touhy Ave., otherwise known as Shure Headquarters. Kacey, her […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on March 10, 2014 under News
These days, people don’t buy anything substantial without first jumping online and reading product reviews in forums, on shopping sites, and in industry publications. So, if you’re thinking about buying one of our newer products, check out the reviews roundup below, organized by product type. I’m sure you can find discussions of these products elsewhere […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on March 7, 2014 under LiveNews
Breaking into anything is not easy. As it should be. It keeps bad guys out of places they shouldn’t be, and it keeps us safe. It’s not as convenient when we lock ourselves out of our own homes, but the benefits of security outweigh any inconvenience. It takes special talent and a very persistent person […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on March 5, 2014 under LiveNews
Now, I’ll bet money that you’ve seen this image before. Even if you’re not a fan of Ozzy or metal music, you have seen this image before. It has appeared in many sizes on all types of collectible material. The cover art for the Ozzy Osbourne Randy Rhoads Tribute album, posters, t-shirts, even those cheap […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on February 28, 2014 under LiveNews
Hello again, friends! In my post last week, I introduced you to the Juno Award Nominees for Pop Album of the Year. This week, we are going to take a look the nominees for Rock Album of the Year. Again, these are all great albums, and I can’t wait to see which one will be […]
Written by Ryan Smith on February 28, 2014 under LiveNews
Back in December, I posted about my trip down to Memphis with my son to see Skillet and Shinedown. I posted the Shinedown interview then, now I have the Skillet /John Cooper interview for you. At the current time, they are out on the road with another Shure Artist, TobyMac. I just might be taking another […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on February 26, 2014 under LiveNews
“At this point in his career, Paul Natkin was starting to make a name for himself as a rock photographer… enough experience to shoot with the best out there, but still young and crazy enough to actually tour with these bands as their official camera man…” In the early 1980s, metal bands realized that by […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on February 23, 2014 under LiveNews
We are a little over a month away from the Juno Awards which will be celebrated at the MTS Centre in Winnipeg, MB, Canada, on Sunday March 30th. As the AR guy in charge of keeping an eye on artist activity to the north of the U.S., the Juno Awards is a must-watch for me. What […]
Written by Ryan Smith on February 21, 2014 under LiveNews
The storm line was approaching. We’d been checking the radar on our phones, and anytime between 6 and 9 PM, the rain would hit Nashville. That didn’t seem to bother this energetic crowd, ready to take in some great blues by the legendary Buddy Guy. Thankfully , I grabbed my Shure umbrella so my trip […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on February 21, 2014 under LiveMicrophonesNews
Late last year at the House of Blues in Chicago, Shure took over the venue by having three of its endorsers hit the stage for a sold-out evening. On the bill was Atlas Genius, Family Of The Year and Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. We came into the venue a little earlier than the masses lining […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on February 19, 2014 under LiveNews
As my career got started, I started shooting as many bands as I could get access to. I figured out that by going to as many shows, and meeting as many people as I could, I could build up a contact base that would help me in the future. One of the first people I […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on February 14, 2014 under News
Valentine’s Day is upon us once again, my dear friends. I know: some people LOVE this day, and some people despise it. Some go all out to show their significant other how much they make their heart pitter-patter while others say it’s just a manufactured holiday. There’s no right or wrong here, but I say […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on February 12, 2014 under LiveNews
Paul was on the fast track to fame and fortune after that fateful night with Bonnie Raitt… or so he thought. Turns out that a picture may be worth a thousand words, but not necessarily thousands of dollars… “After my photography career started, I had to figure out how to make money at it. One […]
Written by Ryan Smith on February 7, 2014 under LiveNews
If you want to see what a busy touring schedule looks like, look up Shure Artist Rhonda Vincent on Google and find her tour schedule. Ever since I meet Rhonda back in 2004, I was very impressed by her performances I had seen at the IBMA Bluegrass Awards. Her group, The Rage, was always super […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on February 5, 2014 under LiveNews
As promised, here is the first installment of our new Backstage With Paul series. For those of you paying attention, the Artist Relations team has been a little busy… Grammys, NAMM, local shows. Well, the smoke has cleared and we’ve got things under control… kind of. Anyway, to refresh your memory, Paul is our legendary […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on February 4, 2014 under LiveNews
A couple of weeks ago, and for the first time that I can remember, The NAMM® Show (National Association of Music Merchants) was held at the same time as the GRAMMYs. Everyone knows what the GRAMMYs are all about, but The NAMM Show, held in January each year, is one of the most important trade […]
Written by Ryan Smith on January 31, 2014 under LiveNews
Fresh off our highly sucessful Grammy Awards trip, I’m scanning over the month of February…plenty to keep me busy! See if you can keep up: Two days ago, I conducted a wonderful interview with country artist and Shure endorser Sara Evans. I’ll be editing that. She’s been a Shure Artist for over 10 years now. […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on January 26, 2014 under LiveNews
Okay, so I know I owe you a couple of blogs since we last spoke. Honestly, it’s been tough to find a quiet moment and the proper location to blog it up for you, the faithful Shure Mic Check Blog audience. The Staples Center is not the most conducive place to conduct any extensive computing […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on January 24, 2014 under LiveNews
For those of you watching from the comfort of your living rooms this coming Sunday evening, the 56th Annual Grammy Awards is a one night only event. I’ve been here since Tuesday, and I can tell you that there’s a lot that goes into making your Sunday evening entertainment… and preparations are still being made […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on January 20, 2014 under News
For up-to-date information on the FCC Incentive Auction, please refer to our Resource Center. Technically, Mark Brunner may be the Senior Director of Global Brand Management at Shure, but most of us know him these days as Mr. Spectrum. For the past several years, he has led our advocacy efforts with the Federal Communications Commission on […]
Written by Ryan Smith on January 17, 2014 under LiveNews
Late in 2013, I had scheduled an interview with legendary Megadeth frontman Dave Mustaine. The last time I went to a Megadeth show was about 2 years ago in Louisville. After the show that night, I had the pleasure of hanging with Dave for about 90 minutes. We had a lot of great things to […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on January 11, 2014 under LiveNews
10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1…. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!! It’s that time again, clean slate time! The time when it’s OK to forget about all the promises you didn’t keep the year before and re-promise them to yourself with the best intentions. It’s ok, I’m pretty sure the majority of the […]
Written by Ryan Smith on January 10, 2014 under LiveNews
This is such an awesome headline to be writing. Each year, we take a look at the list, and it never fails to be impressive. Of course, we would like to congratulate ALL of the GRAMMY-nominated artists. I will be jumping on a plane in less than 2 weeks and I am ever thankful that […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on January 6, 2014 under LiveNews
I’ve been doing this gig with Shure for quite a while now, but no one has worked for Shure ‘s Artist Relations Department longer than legendary photographer Paul Natkin. Surely you’ve heard us mention him from time to time in these blog posts, and I know for certain that you’ve seen his work on our […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on January 2, 2014 under News
The Technical Excellence & Creativity Awards®, or TEC Awards, honor innovations in audio for recordings, live performances, film, TV, and beyond. Winners will be announced at The NAMM® Show in a few weeks, and we’re pretty stoked that three of our products were nominated. GLX-D® Digital Wireless, in the Wireless Technology category KSM9HS Handheld Vocal […]
Written by Ryan Smith on December 20, 2013 under LiveNews
How many times have you left town to go see a show a few hours away? I’ve seen some pretty cool shows both out of town and out of state. I remember going to see the first Monsters of Rock tour in 1988 with Metallica, Van Halen, Scorpions, Dokken and Kingdom Come at Alpine Valley […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on December 12, 2013 under LiveNews
On June 15th of this year, the indie-pop group Fitz and the Tantrums stopped by Guitar Center Hollywood to give us a taste of their new album “More Than Just A Dream” which dropped May 7th. It’s the second full-length album for the group following their 2010 release “Pickin’ Up the Pieces” which hit the […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on December 12, 2013 under LiveNews
Last week I thanked our good friend Paul Natkin for providing me some awesome pictures for My 5 Favorite Music Venues in Chicago blog post. “Who is he?” you ask? Well, if you’re a fan of music, and a fan of photography, Paul Natkin is a name you must know. Not only has Paul shot […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on December 6, 2013 under LiveNews
We bring you, “What Is That Mic Application?” In this installment of unique encounters from the road, we stumbled upon a homemade, handheld device involving some toggle switches, heavy duty cabling and an SM58 gently wedged in the center. This creation takes center stage every night and is a big part of this endorsers live […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on December 5, 2013 under LiveNews
The year is winding down, and what a year it’s been! 2013 has been filled with many awesome things for Shure, but especially endorsers! There has been so much incredible new music out there and we’re so happy our products could help enhance that. To bring things to a close this year, we thought it’d […]
Written by Ryan Smith on November 26, 2013 under LiveNews
I’m on vacation in early October and I check my emails (I know, shame on me). There’s one from my brother who forwarded one from a long time family friend: “Wanted to share with you my new favorite band. They are from Ohio – the nicest guys on the planet. Their music will freak you […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on November 22, 2013 under LiveNews
Quick! Press play on the video below and enjoy the song while you read on…< I really appreciate music I can listen to a lot without it getting played out in my head or interfering with my ability to multitask. That balance is why I’ve come to really listen to a lot of our newest […]
Written by Ryan Smith on November 22, 2013 under LiveNews
When you get a call from a manager that you have a great relationship with, it’s a good idea to investigate when they tell you they have THE next great artist in their stable. This is exactly what happened between Shure and Florida Georgia Line. I’d also heard about them from an engineer who has […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on November 22, 2013 under LiveNews
Ever see that scene in the movie Rock Of Ages where we first meet the character Stacee Jaxx, lying in bed, draped in half naked women somewhere in a room backstage that’s been converted to look like a jungle, complete with a swimming oasis? In the scene, our jukebox hero is summoned by his fast […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on November 20, 2013 under LiveNews
At this point I have our artist roster memorized, our products memorized, everything memorized. It’s hard to watch a TV show or a music video and not notice a Shure product or Shure artist. With that being said, I always find it amusing when I hear a Shure artist covering another Shure artist’s song, which […]
Written by Ryan Smith on November 15, 2013 under LiveNews
Last week in Nashville, the streets were filled with Country Music fans. Inside the Bridgestone Arena, the hallways seemed to be filled with a host of Shure fans. This became increasingly evident as we watched artist after artist step up to a Shure product to sing. From Little Big Town to Kacey Musgraves, from Hunter […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on November 14, 2013 under LiveNews
It seems crazy to think it’s already been 6 years since we first heard the name Colbie Caillat. The pop singer-songwriter broke out in 2007 with her debut album “Coco” which featured hit singles “Bubbly” and “Realize.” She followed that with her sophomore album titled “Breakthrough” featuring the popular track “Fallin’ For You” and most […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on November 12, 2013 under News
If you ever want to hear people seriously geeking out over the most minute design details, crash an engineering team meeting for a highly anticipated Shure product. For real. You will not be disappointed. That passion earned a prestigious 2014 CES Innovations Design and Engineering Award for two of our newest products… Category: Headphones SE846 Sound […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on November 8, 2013 under LiveNews
They like us…they really like us! I found some free time to check out some of our artist videos on YouTube this week. I just had to share some of the quotes from Shure Artists. It’s so awesome to hear them talk about how Shure products improve their sound and their music. Check out some […]
Written by Ryan Smith on November 8, 2013 under LiveNews
Change is such an interesting topic. There are some that are afraid of it and for others, it can happen every minute, so they become used to it. Some people need it to be re-inspired. In the interview below, Sara mentions that she was “craving change.” Change can shake things up and make you look […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on November 1, 2013 under LiveNews
In 2008, our newest endorsers, Cut Copy, reached super stardom with their second album In Ghost Colours, which reached number one on Australia’s Aria Music Charts. The album featured melodic dance-pop hits like “Feel the Love”, “Lights & Music”, and “Hearts On Fire” which kept dance floors busy and them touring. In 2010, They followed […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on November 1, 2013 under News
Gear up to save on…gear? Corny jokes aside, now’s the time to score some great deals on BLX Wireless, our new entry-level wireless system, and SM microphones, the industry-standard workhorses you can rely on night after night. The holidays are coming up quicker than you think, and there’s no shame in gifting yourself while you’re […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on October 31, 2013 under LiveNews
Happy Halloween! If you’ve been following us on Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram you may have seen some Shure Halloween Spirit this week… I can’t believe it’s already Halloween! It seems like the year flew by and we all know this time tomorrow, Santa Claus and Christmas decorations will be everywhere! Oh…the holiday season. Music can make […]
Written by Ryan Smith on October 31, 2013 under News
It’s no surprise when you hear Natalie’s voice for the first time why she’s won several Dove awards for Female Vocalist of the Year. She uses that “powerhouse” of a voice for good, spreading words of hope through her songs. A lot of those songs are written & produced by her husband Bernie Herms. Natalie […]
Written by Matt Dobschuetz on October 30, 2013 under LiveNews
Musicians and fans were quick to eulogize the iconic Lou Reed this week in tweets, posts, and live shows. As they should. Lou’s force was undeniable. To honor him, I wanted to share his song, “Set the Twilight Reeling,” from 1996. The song feels like a audio pastiche of his earlier work, but is from […]
Written by Ryan Smith on October 25, 2013 under LiveNews
Five minutes! That’s how long it took for 2 shows with Shure Artists’ Luke Bryan and Florida Georgia Line to sell out in Nashville (that’s approximately 18,500 seats each night, BTW). Luke released his first album 6 years ago, now on his fourth. Florida Georgia Line released their first full studio album just last year! […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on October 25, 2013 under LiveNews
It was 4 am on October 11, 2013 as I brushed my teeth, thinking about how this was all going to go down. In just a few hours I would be in Kansas City filming a day in the life of one of the biggest bands in the world. Less than a week ago, I […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on October 23, 2013 under LiveNews
We’re getting closer and closer to awards season and the People’s Choice Awards just announced their nominee selections. They open it up to the public to vote for 5 of the choices with the top 5 in each category becoming the official nominations. I ran across this yesterday and was scrolling through the various categories […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on October 21, 2013 under LiveNews
The past few weeks have been an absolute blur. Looking back on it now, I wonder if I may have missed anything and did I do it all the right way? When the dust settled, I had been to about eight shows and collected loads of interviews and still images along the way. I added […]
Written by Ryan Smith on October 18, 2013 under LiveMicrophonesNews
Don’t you just LOVE the sound of that headline? I love it when I hear it from an engineer or artist. In this case, it was most recently from someone who is both! Cliff Goldmacher is and has been a great client of Shure for over 10 years now. When I first met Cliff in Nashville, […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on October 17, 2013 under News
A new addition to the SCM820 control software, the DFR (Digital Feedback Reduction) function adds two channels of adaptive EQ filtering to find and remove feedback frequencies, which noticeably improves gain before feedback in live sound reinforcement systems. Check out this short video walk-through of the software interface that allows you to set up the […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on October 16, 2013 under LiveNews
We all know that feeling…you don’t want to get out of bed, can’t seem to keep your eyes open, feel like you’re sleepwalking…it’s Wednesday. No longer the beginning of the week, but you can’t quite start looking forward to the weekend. It’s the classic hump day. Have you been dragging your feet all morning? Tried […]
Written by Matt Dobschuetz on October 10, 2013 under News
At Shure, we talk a lot about the audio signal path when we refer to sound’s journey from microphone to mixer to P.A. system. But we were blown away by a recent Disney Research Technology project called “Ishin-Den-Shin” which transmits an audio signal, in part, through the human body. The project’s audio chain includes a modified Shure […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on October 7, 2013 under LiveNews
This summer as an intern, it was under my job description to find a band or artist I thought was a good fit with Shure and sign them as an endorser. I was super excited for this opportunity leading up to the summer, but as summer came around I found myself in a musical lull. […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on October 3, 2013 under LiveNews
Music in film, television, and advertising is changing the way people connect to these visual images. Music has the power to spark emotions in people that they wouldn’t feel otherwise just looking at the images. Music can make us feel sad, happy, guilty, excited, and just about every other emotion in the book. Nelson showed […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on September 25, 2013 under LiveNews
October is right around the corner and Fall is upon us. It’s the best time of the year, in my opinion. You’ve got leaves changing color, perfect temperatures, bonfires, and with that comes s’mores (the worlds greatest creation). There’s Halloween and Thanksgiving, fall festivals, apple cider, hay rides, pumpkin […]
Written by Ryan Smith on September 20, 2013 under LiveNews
In Rock music, there are so many great “co-conspirators” that have come along and made people pay attention: Mick Jagger & Keith Richards Steven Tyler & Joe Perry Robert Plant & Jimmy Page Roger Daltrey & Pete Townshend Paul Stanley & Gene Simmons Jon Bon Jovi & Richie Sambora Chris & Rich Robinson and so […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on September 19, 2013 under LiveNews
Inspiration comes in many ways, shapes, and forms. From happiness that comes from a positive occurrence in your life like meeting the love of your life, to bad breaks ups and everything in between. Even the weather affects your mood and creativity. Like the clouds this morning in Chicago. (I actually enjoy them.) Happenstance is […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on September 19, 2013 under LiveNews
More often than not, we here at team Shure Artist Relations get asked about the favorite part or parts of our job (there are a few, actually). Yes, yes, there’s the creation of spreadsheets and conference room meetings, what could be more fun you ask? Well, one of those moments is heading out to meet […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on September 18, 2013 under LiveNews
Covers songs can be the worst thing to ever happen or one of the most surprising things that makes you see a song in an entirely new way. I have a love-hate relationship with cover songs, which I think is how most people feel. I’ve been on a kick lately though and thought I’d share […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on September 9, 2013 under LiveNews
LouFest 2013 came to impress. With a brand new partnership with C3 Presents, the company that organizes Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits to name a few, LouFest showed off it’s shiny lineup last Spring. With The Killers and Wilco headlining and acts like Alabama Shakes, Walk the Moon, Local Natives, and Icona Pop, the festival […]
Written by Nelson Arreguín on September 6, 2013 under LiveNews
Many words have been used to describe him. Poet, deep, witty, versatile, prolific, lyrical genius, underrated, unmatched, ambitious, multi-talented, driven, etc… But all those can easily be summed up by the title of his third studio album, “The Gifted”, which has topped the charts all summer and has received critical acclaim. Busting out of Washington, […]
Written by Ryan Smith on September 6, 2013 under LiveNews
This week in Tennesse was Metal week for me and Shure. What better way to kick it all off than with a road trip to one of the places where Rock & Roll got it’s start…Memphis, TN. The “Carnival of Madness” tour is hosted by Shure Artists Shinedown. Before the groups hit the Mud Island Amphitheater […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on September 4, 2013 under LiveNews
So those of you that tuned in during the epic summer of Brooke Giddens, the fearless Shure Artist Relations Intern, are probably already familiar with her musical and social media crusades. In this look back, we present Brooke’s interview with quite possibly the biggest band of the year, Shure endorsers Imagine Dragons. It was an […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on September 4, 2013 under News
There’s nothing like starting an internship when you’re young, smart, talented, and full of ideas…and discovering by the end of Day 1 that nobody’s interested. That you’re there to do the grunt work that full-time associates don’t want to deal with. Not at Shure. Often, Shure interns come back for multiple summers, and sometimes, they […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on September 4, 2013 under LiveNews
Pennsylvania rock band Dr. Dog aren’t new to the music scene, releasing their 8th studio album B-Room this coming October. Since 1999 they’ve been creating unique sounds reminiscent of 60’s surf rock. Nic Harcourt of KCRW caught up with them for the Guitar Center podcast to talk about their album Be The Void and the […]
Written by Ryan Smith on August 30, 2013 under LiveNews
Rock & Roll fuels the musical furnace inside my soul. I grew up on Zeppelin, Rush, AC/DC, Kiss, Quiet Riot, and so many other Rock bands in the 70 & 80’s. I tried to play drums along with songs from Led Zeppelin’s live album “The Song Remains the Same” so many times in my basement. […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on July 31, 2013 under News
That is the actual definition of Lollapalooza, but Lollapalooza as many of us have come to know it, is the music festival to end all music festivals. It is a 3-day festival that brings in over 100,000 people to Grant Park each year to hear the tunes of their favorites artists. That’s pretty impressive and the […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on July 24, 2013 under News
Soon, the new SE846 Sound Isolating™ Earphones will make their way into the ears of audiophiles and musicians around the world. Spoiler alert: the sound quality is MIND BLOWING. Until the day arrives when you can hear them for yourself, check out this brief video in which Sean Sullivan walks through what makes the SE846 […]
Written by Brooke Giddens on June 20, 2013 under NewsStudio
Coming back from Red Robin after lunch, I expected some extreme stomach stretching and leaning back in my chair, what I did NOT anticipate was meeting Daniel Lanois!
Written by Brooke Giddens on June 17, 2013 under News
“The one thing to remember is that you’re not working with a band that you like because they are your favorite band,” said Cory Lorentz. “You have to think about what is going to help sell Shure products. At the end of the day, that is what we are all here to do.” Artist Relations […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on June 12, 2013 under News
Available this summer, Microflex™ Wireless Systems are ideal for meeting rooms, conference rooms, and board rooms that need the lifelike sound of a high-quality condenser microphone in a low-profile design. In this video from InfoComm in Orlando, Gino Sigismondi offers a tour of the key features, including smart rechargeability, Dante™ Digital Audio, and robust software […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on April 23, 2013 under News
At The NAB Show, we could barely contain our excitement about previewing our two new camera-mount shotgun mics, the VP83 LensHopper™ Camera-Mount Condenser Microphone and the VP83F LensHopper™ Camera-Mount Condenser Microphone with Integrated Flash Recording. Both mics caught the eye of industry publications and came away from the show with awards. Videomaker Magazine‘s write-up about […]
Written by Ryan Smith on April 11, 2013 under News
From the amazing Shure Artists we work with to the outstanding performance of the products they rely on, Shure was again the most requested at this years’ 48th Annual Academy of Country Music Awards. Held at the MGM Grand Garden Arena, with several segments over at the Orleans Arena, Las Vegas was again overrun by […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on April 8, 2013 under News
At The NAB Show™ in Las Vegas, we’re previewing two new shotgun microphones for detailed high-def audio capture when mounted on DSLR cameras and camcorders. The intuitive interface and accessible controls make both mics super user-friendly in the field. What makes them different? VP83F has an internal digital flash recorder while VP83 does not. In […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on April 8, 2013 under News
Available now, the SCM820 8-Channel Digital IntelliMix® Automatic Mixer is being unveiled at The NAB Show™ in Las Vegas. SCM820 offers selectable IntelliMix modes, dual mixer operation, and multiple connector variations. Plus, you can choose between standard Ethernet or Dante™ digital networked audio configurations. Check out this short video, in which Gino Sigismondi walks through […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on April 1, 2013 under News
If you’ve been waiting for the right time to upgrade your microphone locker with the latest additions to the Beta™ family, I have good news: the waiting is over. The right time is now. We’re offering a mail-in rebate on Beta Microphones purchased from April 1 through June 30. There’s a limit of six microphones […]
Written by Ryan Smith on March 7, 2013 under News
I never thought I would say “bitter cold” and Nashville in the same sentence. There it is and yes, it was. However, there was a warmth of anticipation in my heart as I headed up the street towards the War Memorial Auditorium in Nashville to catch 2 amazing Blues artists – Buddy Guy and Jonny […]
Written by Cory Lorentz on February 18, 2013 under News
…That’s what you hear as the 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards go live to air in the packed to capacity Staples Center in downtown Los Angeles. However, before all of the applause and packed seats of onlookers, the GRAMMYs go through a rigorous schedule of rehearsal and timed perfection. What you at home see on TV […]
Written by Ryan Smith on February 14, 2013 under News
I have been to the NAMM show in Anaheim about 17 times now. Part of me gets nervous because it is such a busy show. A bigger part of me is excited to see and talk with a lot of the artists we work with. I also look forward to meeting many new artists. This […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on February 7, 2013 under News
When The NAMM Show rolls around, we can barely contain our excitement about sharing the new products we’ve been feverishly, painstakingly engineering all year long. There’s another part of NAMM season that keeps us on our toes, though. By then, products we’ve launched in the past year or so have been rigorously evaluated by users […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on January 24, 2013 under News
The GLX-D Digital Wireless Systems is being previewed at Winter NAMM 2013. Chris Lyons introduces GLX-D Digital Wireless, which features LINKFREQ, next-gen battery technology, and the first guitar pedal receiver from Shure.
Written by Allison Wolcott on January 24, 2013 under News
The BLX Wireless System is being previewed at Winter NAMM 2013. Chris Lyons introduces BLX Wireless, which offers legendary sound right out of the box.
Written by Allison Wolcott on January 15, 2013 under News
Last fall, our recruitment team hit the college job fair circuit looking for the Shure Summer Intern Class of 2013. They recently posted the available positions, and they hope to make hiring decisions in February. So, what I’m trying to say is, now’s the time to apply. We’re looking for bright, passionate, and personable interns […]
Written by Ryan Smith on January 11, 2013 under News
This was billed as an all female event! It’s been a while though since the last time I had the privilege of seeing Natalie Grant perform live. So when she came in for rehearsal the day before, I had no reservations about asking her if I could attend the show. She was more than happy […]
Written by Ryan Smith on December 17, 2012 under News
I had just flown from a great visit to Shure HQ’s back into Nashville. I could have headed home, but I do not get a chance to see TobyMac and the Diverse City Band that often. The Shure PT Cruiser made its way over to the Bridgestone Arena. There were several artists that had opened […]
Written by Ryan Smith on December 16, 2012 under News
I’m one of the many people who can visit Las Vegas and never gamble a single penny. That’s right…I even passed up the penny machines! I know, it felt weird not even putting in a dollar to try my luck but I felt lucky enough just being out there for my task at hand…visiting with […]
Written by Ryan Smith on December 7, 2012 under News
For the first time in Nashville, the Grammy Nominations event was held at the Bridgestone Arena in Nashville. It was great to be able to attend this event and see some crew members as well as the Shure Artists that attended this year. What Shure Artists, you say? OK, so here’s the rundown: fun., […]
Written by Ryan Smith on December 5, 2012 under News
Can you believe it? Neither could I, but it’s true. I was going to witness the first Nashville show that Pete Townshend and Roger Daltrey have ever played together. Roger had performed 2 shows in town about a year or so ago with his own band, but not with Pete. Opening this show is a […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on December 3, 2012 under News
Not all musicians are gearheads, but Rick Nielsen of Cheap Trick most certainly is. In fact, his guitar collection elevates ordinary gearheadism to work-of-art status. If you’re in Rockford, Illinois, you can see for yourself at the exhibit Rick’s Picks: A Lifelong Affair with Guitars & Music at the Burpee Museum of Natural History. Running […]
Written by Ryan Smith on November 9, 2012 under News
Year after year, so many artists come into the Country Music Awards and request to use Shure products front and center. Last week’s show saw a notable increase in the number of Shure UHF-R wireless transmitters on lead vocals – 16 of the 21 performances! Not only this, our PSM 1000 system was exclusively relied […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on October 29, 2012 under News
At AES in San Francisco, we unveiled the KSM9’s younger sibling, the KSM9HS, which features switchable hypercardioid and subcardioid polar patterns. There’s a wired version, plus wireless versions available with the UR2 and ULXD2 transmitters. What’s so great about hypercardioid and subcardioid polar patterns, you ask? The hypercardioid works well on loud stages, isolating the […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on October 5, 2012 under News
Shopping for holiday gifts for a rock star (or anyone else who uses pro audio gear)? Shure has a present for you: not one, but TWO rebates. Save up to $40 on Shure Wireless, and up to $30 on SM Microphones, when you purchase between October 1 and December 31, 2o12, in the U.S. and […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on August 31, 2012 under News
Ah, summer internships. Filing, coffee runs, answering phones…oh wait, those were MY summer internships back in the late nineties. Summer internships at Shure are real jobs, and our recruiters travel far and wide to find the best college talent to fill them. Interns at Shure can expect to be an important part of their team, […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on August 30, 2012 under ListeningNews
We’ve been testing our products to military specifications since World War II. So, when you see a new Shure product hit the shelves, you know it already survived a serious smackdown. Despite the confidence this gives us, we still get a little nervous when the first reviews roll in. (We just want everyone to be […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on April 19, 2012 under News
In this short video, Bill Oakley previews FP Wireless Systems from the Shure booth at the 2012 NAB Show. Nutshell: FP features portable, flexible components that are exceptionally intuitive. They’re also compatible with our SLX Wireless Systems. Word on the show floor is that people are pretty excited about FP Wireless Systems, which will be […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on April 19, 2012 under News
In this short video from the Shure booth at the NAB Show, Michael Johns previews three broadcast headsets. We’re excited that folks at NAB have shown a lot of interest in them so far. Nutshell: the BRH31M, BRH440M, and BRH441M offer a nice range of options in terms of weight, ear cups, and boom positioning. […]
Written by Allison Wolcott on February 5, 2012 under News
Year in and year out, Shure engineers obsess over new ways to deliver audio that amazes. Still, we’re in awe when our products win awards from organizations we respect and admire. Here’s a list of the most recent awards our products have received. Wireless Systems Axient Wireless Management Network 2012 NAMM “Best in Show—This […]
Written by Matt Dobschuetz on January 20, 2012 under News
The ULX-D™ Digital Wireless Systems is being showcased at Winter NAMM 2012. Chris Lyons introduces Shure ULX-D, a breakthrough digital wireless system that incorporates a collection of technological innovations into one easy-to-use professional wireless system. Transparent 24-bit digital audio quality RF performance Advanced setup features, such as intelligent scanning The rechargeability of the Lithium Ion […]
Written by Matt Dobschuetz on January 20, 2012 under ListeningNews
Open-Back Headphones, SRH1440 and SRH1840, are being showcased at Winter NAMM 2012. Michael Johns introduces our first open-back headphone models: the SRH1440 and SRH1840. Designed for critical mastering, monitoring and unparalleled audiophile listening, the SRH1440 and SRH1840 deliver a unique sound signature that enables listeners to achieve and produce their best quality mix. Find out […]
Written by Matt Dobschuetz on January 20, 2012 under News
John Born introduces the A300SM Shock Mount, which uses advanced materials to provide isolation and shock protection for the KSM353/ED Ribbon Microphone.
Written by Matt Dobschuetz on January 20, 2012 under News
The Shure MX150 and MX153 Microphones are being showcased at Winter NAMM 2012. Chris Lyons introduces the new MX150 and MX153, both fully compatible with all Shure wireless systems. The discreet MX150 lavalier offers uncompromising sound quality and is available with cardioid or omnidirectional polar patterns. The MX153 provides outstanding clarity in an extremely comfortable […]
Written by Matt Dobschuetz on January 20, 2012 under News
Chris Lyons introduces Shure Axient™ Wireless Management Network. Previewed at last year’s NAMM show, Axient is now shipping through Axient Certified Dealers. The system features new-to-the-world technologies that drive a range of innovative wireless system capabilities. Axient constantly scans for problems, always keeping a second, clean channel available—delivering control, convenience and confidence in wireless audio transmission […]
Written by Matt Dobschuetz on January 19, 2012 under News
Shure has long had a reputation for building not only excellent sounding products, but ones which are built to last. There are hundreds of stories of bands dropping their Shure mic into their pint glasses, accidentally dropping a mixing console onto their mic, or in the case of The Who’s Roger Daltrey, actually going out […]
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