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Live Profile: 40 years of Madness at London’s Kenwood House

This summer, British ska band Madness celebrated 40 years of musical capers with a big anniversary gig at London’s Kenwood House, playing with a full orchestra for the first time. Andy Coules, who was on monitor duties, gives us the lowdown… — It’s hard to believe that it’s been 40 …

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Adlib supplies sound for Creamfields 2019

Technical production specialist Adlib supplied audio systems for four arenas at Creamfields 2019 – one of the best-known and most popular dance extravaganzas worldwide. Taking place over the August bank holiday weekend, Creamfields attracts 70,000 dance fans each day for three days with a star-studded DJ line-up representing the diversity …

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Highlights: Shure’s future of theatre audio panel at PLASA 2019

Theatre sound has evolved significantly over the past 20 years. From the increasing availability of wireless microphones, to the development of discreet lavalier mics designed explicitly for theatre – new technology continues to push the industry forward. In partnership with Curtain Call, Shure put together a panel of industry experts …

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Shure launches VPH long microphone handle

Shure has announced the launch of the VPH, a long microphone handle for on camera interviews and reporting that features the flexible Shure RPW interchangeable cartridge interface and XLR connectivity for easy connection to broadcast mixers and recorders. On-camera reporting changes drastically from situation to situation and Shure has seen …

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Silent Disco King delivers immersive experience at Glastonbury Festival

Leading provider for wireless headphone events, Silent Disco King, recently partnered with Cineramageddon at Glastonbury festival for a debut screening of “Ibiza, The Silent Movie.” Cineramageddon is curated by film director Julien Temple and returned to Glastonbury this year for its second outing after debuting in 2017. The area has …

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Shure to support emerging filmmakers at Little Wing Film Festival

Shure has announced its support of Little Wing Film Festival for the second year running. The Festival is exclusively for first-time filmmakers, students, and recent graduates and provides them with the tools and opportunities to foster career growth – from a platform for showcasing their work, to education, networking and …

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Shure joins Microsoft Teams Certification program

Shure has joined the Microsoft Teams Certification program and is working to achieve certification for a select portfolio of Shure networked systems products. Microsoft Teams provides a complete online meeting solution that includes online meetings, live broadcasts, Microsoft Team Rooms, cloud video interoperability and audio conferencing. Whether it’s a corporate …

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Shure Microflex ceiling mics provide clarity at KPMG’s U-Collaborate space

Shure’s Microflex Advance MXA910 Ceiling Array Microphone has recently been installed at KPMG’s U-Collaborate space in Canary Wharf, UK as part of the company’s new Voice Lift system. Voice Lift is designed to boost the frequency range most critical for intelligibility, restoring the natural speech level for far-end participants within …

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Shure supports masterclass event with West Herts College and Frank Carter

Shure recently supported West Herts College students at an educational day of seminars and performances at Watford Colosseum. Ahead of Frank Carter and the Rattlesnakes third album release earlier this month, the band decided to support the college in their hometown with a masterclass and performance at the event. The …

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New Shure campaign to highlight audio-for-theatre solutions

Shure re-emphasised its focus on the theatre audience by unveiling the new campaign – “This Is The Moment” – along with other activities at the ABTT show in London yesterday. Shure has developed the campaign to celebrate the behind-the-scenes efforts that make theatre productions possible. Shure products have been used …

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