Shure’s Axient digital wireless system and microphones were used at the 63rd Grammy Awards by various performers, including Dua Lipa.
Broadcast live outside the Los Angeles Convention Centre, the Grammy Awards offered viewers a night to celebrate music with elaborate performances from top artists across different musical genres.
The audience-free show combined a mix of performances with the outdoor ceremony for select artists who were on-hand to accept the awards.
The majority of the show’s 23 musical productions, as well as the ceremony, relied on Shure’s Axient digital wireless system and microphones.
Throughout the ceremony, host Trevor Noah used an Axient Digital SM58 handheld microphone set to frequency diversity mode. The audio quality is a testament to Axient Digital’s ability to deliver in notoriously difficult RF environments, like downtown L.A.
The evening’s big winners featured a long list of star-studded women including Beyonce, Taylor Swift, Billie Eilish, Dua Lipa, and Megan Thee Stallion.
Dua Lipa, who won the Grammy for Best Pop Vocal Album, sported a blinged-out pink Axient Digital KSM9 handheld microphone and was joined on stage by DaBaby. who used a nickel Axient Digital KSM8 handheld microphone for Levitating.