#25: "Shure Sounds Great" with Michael Pettersen at NY AES

Ben Bauer in his office, Huron Street, Chicago, Ilinois, ca. 1945

Fascinated by music, sound and audio technology since building a crystal radio set as a lad, Michael Pettersen is the Director of Corporate History at Shure Incorporated. Employed by Shure since 1976, he is a contributing author to the 1,550 page reference tome "Handbook for Sound Engineers" as well as the sole author of numerous pro audio technical papers. In his personal life, Michael is a professional musician, published composer of choral arrangements, co-author of a biography about jazz guitarist Freddie Green and a notorious raconteur. See his website: www.freddiegreen.org

Links

http://www.freddiegreen.org/technique/pettersen.html
http://www.shure.com/americas/about-shure/history
http://blog.shure.com/from-the-shure-archives-the-model-99-radio-modulator/
http://blog.shure.com/from-the-shure-archives-unidyne-microphone-prototypes/
http://blog.shure.com/10-things-might-not-know-sm58/
http://blog.shure.com/how-they-did-it-inside-the-sm58/

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