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It may seem challenging to mic all of the unique instruments in your Worship orchestra. Our team of experts is here to help with key factors to consider when miking brass, woodwind, and string instruments.
Whether miking an acoustic or electric guitar, there are several techniques for miking this instrument in a House of Worship. In this guide, you will learn key factors to consider when selecting a mic for your guitar.
The piano is one of music's most versatile and prominent tools in Houses of Worship, but its large size and sonically cumbersome nature can make it appear challenging to mike. In this guide, you will learn proper miking techniques and our most recommended mics for the piano.
Worship Matters. Worship can both inform and transform your congregation. In this guide, you will learn key factors to consider when selecting the best mics for your worship team to ensure crystal clear audio.
To get the most from your drum kit during a worship service, microphone placement is a crucial element that can make or break the performance. This guide will provide you with the tools you need to ensure the beat keeps going in every worship service.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with JAX ANDERSON, an alt-pop chameleon seeking creative inspiration for her latest album on a cross-country musical road trip.
Championing new music at London’s Reprezent Radio, host and training manager AILBHE MÁIRÉAD has been nominated by Mo'Wax label legend James Lavelle for the audio platform SHURE24.
Nothing can replace live music, but streaming performances is as close as it gets for many artists these days. LUCY MAY WALKER tells us how she has managed to stay afloat during the pandemic as a full-time musician.
MAKE THE WORLD YOUR STAGE brings musicians to unique locations to record exclusive live performances. Holly Quin-Ankrah, a.k.a. RAHH, is up next with her remarkable song ‘Okay’ from the KYOTO Chapel in Essex, England.
There are thousands of treasures to choose from in the Shure archives and each has its own story. In this installment, Shure resident historian MICHAEL PETTERSEN discusses ribbon microphones and a secret hidden inside a Rocket.