We were recently asked to step in by a customer who was struggling to meet the technical requirements for submission of a lengthy audiobook to Audible for eventual publication on Amazon. The book was moderately high-profile and had been submitted and rejected several times. The customer felt that Audible were being harsh with their requirements and asked us to step in to assist.
Show Us Your Show, And Get 10% Off Your Next Hire!
by Graham Caplin – 19th January, 2022
We hear plenty of stories about the shows and events our customers are involved in, but we rarely get to see the results. So we would love to see what you do using our hire kit! Send in your photos and videos for us to post on our social media feeds – giving you the credit of course – and in return, if we use your content we’ll give you a 10% discount on your next hire with us.
by Andrew Hughes and Graham Caplin – 21st December, 2021
We’ve always been lovers of podcasts, probably because of our history as radio producers, and now they’re incredibly popular both to listen to and to record. So with a wealth of choices availilable, we thought it was time to recommend just a few of the amazing stories we’ve been listening to of late.
An Introduction to Radio Mic Hire and Technique, Part 3
by Graham Caplin – 31st May, 2021
In the previous two parts of this series I’ve presented the differences between wired and radio mics, and shown the various options available. I’ve also given you plenty of hard-won tips for using radio mics properly and professionally. In this final part I’ll give you some strategies for maximising your budget without compromising your sound.
An Introduction to Radio Mic Hire and Technique, Part 2
by Graham Caplin – 24th May, 2021
In the first part of this series we looked at the basic differences between wired and radio mics, and the various options available when choosing your radio mics. In this second part I have a few tips and techniques to bear in mind for getting the best out of your equipment.
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