Shure Launches Axient Digital ADX5D Portable Receiver
Shure has introduced its new Axient Digital ADX5D Portable Receiver, a dual-channel, portable wireless slot receiver.
From Purge to Perfection: Illangelo on Producing The Weeknd’s ‘After Hours’
After selling off his studio gear in order to leave the music business, Grammy-winning producer Illangelo returned to the fold, spending a year working on The Weeknd’s hit album 'After Hours.'
Peek Inside Hunter Hayes’ Home Studio with this Video Tour
Country star/producer Hunter Hayes has built a well-appointed home studio for himself in the hills above Los Angeles. Let's go gear-spotting as he gives a cool video tour of his creative recording space.
Houses of Worship Plug into Digital Networking
Houses of worship have become some of the most forward-thinking adopters of new technologies. Several recent HOW installations nationwide underline that fact as they take on the latest products and technologies in wired and wireless audio networking and distribution....
Twenty Thousand Hertz Podcast Spotlights Shure SM7
Twenty Thousand Hertz, the Webby Award-winning podcast, partnered with Shure for its latest episode to focus on the SM7 microphone.
PAMA, Shure Team for Brunner Pro Audio Scholarship
A new annual pro audio educational scholarship will honor the memory of the late Shure executive and founding PAMA member Mark Brunner.
The Cinematic Sound of the ‘Sammy the Bull’ Podcast
How Angelo Palazzo’s sound design and original score won the blessing of one of the mob’s most notorious hitmen.
Post-Pandemic Wireless System Care: The Show Must Go ‘On’
Every wireless system is designed for some downtime—but not a full year offline. Here’s how to bring it back up to speed.
Six Voices, One Podcaster, No Problem: Inside Kelcey Ayer’s One-Man Show
Moving from radio to podcast format changed how Kelcey Ayer approaches his multi-character, improv-informed comedy show.
Creating a ‘Quest for the North Pole’ Sound Library
Producer and editor Dylan Fagan amassed dozens of tracks to shape a cohesive sound that underscores the saga of the first arctic explorers.
Shure Petitions FCC for Dedicated Wireless Mic Channel
Shure has petitioned the FCC to ensure a dedicated “vacant” 6 MHz UHF channel is available in each market for wireless microphone use.
Shure Beta91A Condenser Boundary Microphone – A Real-World Review
Revered as kick drum mics par excellence, Shure Beta91 and Shure Beta91A microphones go head-to-head for a side-by-side and sound-by-sound comparison.
‘Rarified Heir’ Podcast Readies for Pandemic Recording
After recording the first season of Rarified Heir before the pandemic, the production team behind the quirky podcast will track season two remotely.
‘Sleep Cove’ Podcast Finds Success on a Shoestring
Podcaster Christopher Fitton has learned the audio ropes while racking up 2 million listeners every month with his hypnotherapy show, 'Sleep Cove.'
People: Hires and Promotions in the Audio Industry for December 2020
Industry moves this month include promotions and hires at Sweetwater, Meyer Sound, DAS Audio, Point Source Audio, Endless Noise, Holoplot, Vaudeville Sound Group and more.
How the ‘Freakonomics Radio’ Podcast Got Organized
The podcast, based on the hugely successful ‘Freakonomics’ books, stays on track thanks to its highly organized workflow.
‘Twenty Thousand Hertz’ Fights for Audio’s Seat at the Table
Audio technology helps 'Twenty Thousand Hertz' explore how we experience sound in the modern world, aiming to "bring joy to sound itself."
How to Choose Your Next Studio Microphone – The Complete Guide
Whether you're looking for your first 'really nice' microphone or expanding your mic locker, here's PSN's guide to the five 'must have' categories, the classics to keep in mind, their modern-day counterparts, and how to use them.
Inside the Workflow of Stitcher’s ‘All American: Tiger Woods’ Podcast
A well-oiled workflow paved the way for Stitcher's golf podcast, 'All American: Tiger Woods,' to stay on track after the pandemic forced the production team to work remotely.
How Sound Effects Make REI’s ‘Camp Monsters’ Podcast Spooky
Camp Monsters producer Chelsea Davis says the secret to making your sound effects really scary is one word: restraint.
Creative Editing is Key to ‘Conan O’Brien Needs a Friend’ Podcast
A variety of audio editing tricks help audio producer Matt Gourley ensure that the 'Conan O'Brien Needs A Friend' podcast keeps the laughs coming.
‘Dead Eyes’ Podcast Team Focuses on the ‘X’ Factor
Why the hit narrative comedy podcast 'Dead Eyes' values the perfect take over technical purity.
Sound Design Leads the Way for ESPN’s ’30 For 30’ Podcasts
“A big part of sound design and scoring is actually finding the moments of simplicity, where you can pull back," says Julia Lowrie Henderson, senior editorial producer for ESPN's 30 for 30 Podcasts.