This expert guide to using microphones for sharing audio via Zoom, Teams and other digital meeting software is perfect for those wishing to share high-quality sound virtually; whether for teaching, examination or online events.
Specifically designed to cater for classroom acoustics and tight budgets, expect microphone hints and tips, information on power supplies and equipment suitability and all important knowledge on fault finding and problem-solving.
This session is part of a short series on the technical elements of live sound, PAs and Microphones run by Russell Seymour and Paul Bullimore.
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Russell Seymour has worked as an events electrician working on tours and events big and small, encompassing power, generators, lighting, sound and video at venues including Capital of Culture Liverpool live street theatre, V Festival Chelmsford, NFL Wembley tailgate and dinner presentation, Bestival IOW and tours with Bruce Springsteen, Elton John tour and Pink.
Owner of Amber Audio, Paul Bullimore is a sound engineer who runs stages at Boomtown Winchester, Bestival, Swindon Reggae Garden and Briston Beacon. He is widely knowledgeable on PA installation in nightclubs, halls and outdoor events.