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There are thousands of treasures in the Shure Archives and each has its own story. In this installment, Shure resident historian MICHAEL PETTERSEN discusses condenser microphones and introduces a few favorites from the collection.
You can have the best recording equipment in the world, but that won’t matter much if you don’t first sort out your home studio acoustics.
Tune in for a NAMM-exclusive conversation with HENRY ROLLINS (Black Flag) and DARRYL MCDANIELS (RUN DMC) as they talk shop about rock n’ roll, hip-hop and the exact moment when RUN DMC changed music forever.
Able to fashion dark, brooding pop songs often from nothing more than a phone voice memo, SHURE24 nominee MAGGIE ANREW is primed to take her craft to the next level.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with NICK MEEHAN from the INSTITUTE OF SOUND AND MUSIC, an initiative dedicated to sound, immersive art and electronic music.
Drum techs have plenty to do with just one kit to worry about. But MARK ‘WIFF’ SMITH wrangles four sets of drums while on tour with UK folk-rock heavyweights MUMFORD & SONS. LOUDER caught up with him between daily cymbal polishings.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with KYOKA, a producer, sound artist and field recorder recognized as a SHURE24 Audience Choice winner.
Montreux is once again infused with world-class music, thanks to the efforts of a passionate team determined to ensure music prevails.
When the coronavirus pandemic disrupted classes at the California Institute of the Arts, EMILY EVANS and her colleagues in the school’s music department had to radically rethink their approach to remote recording and collaboration.
Inspired by the Black Lives Matter movement, Mercury-nominated artist NAO and Grammy-winning songwriter MURA MASA have created a new training course for women of color in the UK interested in careers in the live music industry.