LOUDERAvailable in print and online, LOUDER magazine aims to inspire music makers and fans alike.
Shure chat with Alice Asbury who is a 24-year-old live sound engineer based in Oxford. Alice sheds some light on how she broke into the industry, what it’s like to be a female working in a predominantly male industry and how a little kindness can go a very long way.
Many artists are dreamers, but SKINNY PELEMBE often relies on nighttime inspiration to fashion his ethereal, electronic-infused sound.
Pro Audio at Home is a series of informal chats with our friends from across the pro audio industry. Richard Brooker is a celebrated theatre sound designer, and Matteo Cifelli is a hugely talented sound engineer for FOH and studio.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with MARY SPENDER, an English singer-songwriter with a bluesy guitar style and a massive following on YouTube.
Craftsmanship tempered with experience as a touring drum tech – JEREMY BERMAN builds some of the finest custom kits available anywhere. LOUDER meets the man behind Q DRUM CO.
With wide-ranging influences from footwork to J-pop, FOODMAN cooks up tracks by working fast and capturing ideas while they’re fresh. LOUDER takes a peek inside his kitchen of raw sounds.
Consumer-friendly devices are making it easier than ever for beginners to stream video on social media. SOREN PEDERSEN explains how to broadcast live with just a smartphone or laptop and a microphone.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with NOAH PRED, a Canadian producer, DJ and music educator offering tips on how to keep a creative flow going in the studio.
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 a video from London-based singer RAPHI and an interview with the French-Australian duo BERANGER.
Creative whiz JACOB COLLIER has recorded his song “It Don’t Matter” using only household objects to kick off the Shure #FoundSoundChallenge promoting the MusiCares relief fund for musicians in need.