Company’s input includes Program Making & Special Events (PMSE) that include wireless microphones and IEM systems are of critical importance to the U.S. economy; continued access to spectrum around 1 GHz for audio PSME is critical for its long-term future, and more.
Panel of top female broadcast sound professionals share their work experiences, changes they’ve seen in the industry and more in session moderated by president/CEO Chris Schyvinck.
Company’s ANIUSB-MATRIX USB audio network interface joins the two ceiling array microphones in attaining certification.
New associate vice presidents include Tom Doran (Credit and Treasury), Mike Maselbas (Finance) Erin Mollohan (Global Security), and Eduardo Vives (Corporate Quality.)
Dynamic vocal microphone designed with technology licensed from Cloud for a simplified workflow that removes the need for inline amplification.
Recipients are Dennis Freeman from Middle Tennessee State University (for the third consecutive year); Benjamin Nix-Bradley from CSU Northridge (for the second year); and Valor Swezey from University of New Haven (for the first year).
Together, Ab Wavemark Oy’s WAVETOOL and Shure’s Wireless Workbench software will provide engineers with a more comprehensive set of tools to manage RF and monitor audio sources throughout a production.
Transmitter options with the KSM11 include AD2 (black and nickel), ADX2 (black and nickel), ADX2FD (black and nickel) and ULXD2 (black only).
New single-channel XLR to USB unit comes with integrated software that provides access to the ShurePlus MOTIV Desktop app for any XLR microphone.