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Disponível na mídia impressa e on-line, a revista LOUDER visa inspirar criadores de música e fãs.

Mark Sultan Forms the Ultimate BBQ Backing Band – from Home

Andrew Anderson | 06/05/2020
Garage rock legend MARK SULTAN aka BBQ is making an album where anyone in the world can be part of his backing band. He explains his remote recording setup in a special audio report for LOUDER.

Signal Path Podcast: Chicago Children’s Choir

Mark Brunner | 04/05/2020
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with JOSEPHINE LEE, the president and artistic director of the CHICAGO CHILDREN’S CHOIR.

The History of Carbon Microphones and Artifacts from the Shure Archives

Michael Pettersen | 29/04/2020
There are thousands of treasures to choose from in the Shure archives and each has its own story. In this series, Shure resident historian MICHAEL PETTERSEN discusses carbon microphones and some of his favorites from the collection.

#TogetherAtHome: Staying Creative and Connected

Ione Asher | 23/04/2020
Music helps us all stay connected during these uncertain times. So Shure opened up our Instagram channel to some amazing performances created #TogetherAtHome.

The History of Crystal Microphones and Artifacts from the Shure Archives

Michael Pettersen | 21/04/2020
There are thousands of treasures to choose from in the Shure archives and each has its own story. In this series, Shure resident historian MICHAEL PETTERSEN discusses crystal microphones and some of his favorites from the collection.

Signal Path Podcast: Burger Records

Thomas Banks | 14/04/2020
Listen to the latest SIGNAL PATH podcast with LEE RICKARD from BURGER RECORDS, a magical SoCal institution known for its devotion to the cassette.

Musicians Collaborate Remotely while Recording at Home

Andrew Anderson | 09/04/2020
With concerts and recording sessions cancelled around the world, resourceful musicians are getting creative at home and collaborating remotely.

How to Produce a Podcast from Home

Shure Incorporated | 07/04/2020
Lousy acoustics, remote interviews and more: Recording a podcast from home can be a real challenge. JILL BEYTIN from the BEAR RADIO podcasting network has some pointers to ensure you sound great.

The History of the Sound at Woodstock

Michael Pettersen | 13/08/2019
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.

Signal Path Podcast: Steve Albini

Thomas Banks | 26/07/2019
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.