Shure Historian Michael Pettersen explains how the Shure Model 565 became the primary mic to take the stage at the most significant musical event of the 20th century.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast episode with STEVE ALBINI, an engineer known for his particular approach to recording music and his work with Nirvana, the Pixies and many more.
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast episode with KELELA, an artist with a talent for blending traditional R&B with more experimental electronic music.
Ask any touring musician and you’ll hear stories of couch-surfing, cheap motels and the problem of where to park the van. But in Chicago, Shure has created a home for artists on the road.
Kelela has consistently pushed boundaries while crafting her innovative blend of R&B and electronica. LOUDER spoke with the singer about crossing lines – both creative and personal.
ASH SOAN has played in front of huge crowds keeping time for lots of big-name stars. But his biggest audience is his 200,000 followers on social media. The DRUM MASTERY 2019 judge explains why drummers should get online.
Big kits and even bigger hits: Few drummers can match the enduring impact and appeal of JOHN BONHAM. Learn how to sound like the Led Zeppelin legend.
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.
What does adventure sound like? Shure gave three up-and-coming artists the new MV88+ Video Kit, so they could craft original songs from audio recorded at Red Bull sporting events.
For the latest episode, we sat down with the producer Sylvia Massy at the Famous Gold Watch studio in Berlin to talk about her creative approach to recording.