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Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with PAUL LEONARD-MORGAN, an Emmy-nominated, BAFTA-winning composer for film and television.
With restrictions now starting to ease, we sat down with their Head of Marketing, John Longbottom, to understand how the business survived lockdown while supporting independent musicians in the process.
Never heard of tactile monitoring before? LOUDER reveals how TIM PORTER and DIL DAVIES are shaking the drum world from the bottom up.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with ADRIAN QUESADA and ERIC BURTON from the Grammy-nominated psychedelic soul band BLACK PUMAS.
For YOSHIMI and SHAWN SEYMOUR, the creative forces behind the sound studio LULLATONE, a normal workday might consist of recording gusts of whooshing air or building custom instruments from plastic pipes.
A lot of artists love the SM58, but UK punk rocker FRANK CARTER has had his favorite mic tattooed permanently on his body. LOUDER asked him about his inky devotion to the Shure stalwart.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with BOOTSY COLLINS, the funk legend who redefined the bass during his time with James Brown and Parliament Funkadelic.
Music helps us all stay connected during these uncertain times. So Shure is talking to artists to find out how they’re coping with the crisis. Today, we have an interview with the Berlin-based balladeer CAMERON HASSARD.
Ancient acoustic instruments offer much in the way of texture and timbre that is often overlooked. To learn more about her work and creative process, we spoke with Sarah as she explained how she uses ancient instruments, electronics, and robotics.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with MIKEY YOUNG, a musical multitasker who has moved from playing in influential Australian rock bands to mixing and mastering them.