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

Signal Path Podcast: Noah Pred

Marc Young | 25/05/2020 Signal Path Podcast: Noah Pred
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.

#TogetherAtHome with Raphi and Beranger

Ione Asher | 19/05/2020 #TogetherAtHome with Raphi and Beranger
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.

Jacob Collier Kicks Off Shure #FoundSoundChallenge

Shure Incorporated | 14/05/2020 Jacob Collier Kicks Off Shure #FoundSoundChallenge
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.

Shure24: Fran Lobo Finds Her Voice

Malcolm Jack | 11/05/2020 Shure24: Fran Lobo Finds Her Voice
FRAN LOBO creates moody, atmospheric soundscapes as a solo vocalist, but the London-based singer also thrives amid the collective uplift of choral singing.

Mark Sultan Forms the Ultimate BBQ Backing Band – from Home

Andrew Anderson | 06/05/2020 Mark Sultan Forms the Ultimate BBQ Backing Band – from Home
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 Signal Path Podcast: Chicago Children’s Choir
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 The History of Carbon Microphones and Artifacts from the Shure Archives
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 #TogetherAtHome: Staying Creative and Connected
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 The History of Crystal Microphones and Artifacts from the Shure Archives
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.

Musicians Collaborate Remotely while Recording at Home

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