The flexible KSM9 with switchable supercardioid/cardioid patterns is designed and marketed as a handheld vocal condenser mic, but is a whole lot more than that. There’s no reason why this mic shouldn’t be used anywhere around a drum kit or percussion setup, as well as on horns, strings and other acoustic instrument accouterments.
Shure announced major acoustic performance and audio quality enhancements for Stem ecosystem
Firmware v2.5 Introduces Substantial Improvements to the Stem Ecosystem
Wireless signals have nowhere to hide on Snowshoe Mountain thanks to RF Venue
— The Mercedes-Benz UCI Mountain Bike World Cup event encompassed downhill, cross-country and short-track bike racing. Trees and crowds and sheer distance proved a challenge, but RF Venue Diversity...
Ricardo Bacelar – Embracing a Different Way of Thinking
September 20, 2022 – When it comes to different microphone recording techniques and recording methods, there are many routes one can follow. According to renowned Brazilian pianist, vocalist, and...
Professional Audio Manufacturers Alliance (PAMA) and Shure Incorporated Announce Recipients of 2022 Mark Brunner Professional Audio Scholarship
— Emma Brooks from Berklee College of Music and Dennis Freeman from Middle Tennessee State University are named recipients for the second consecutive year, and Benjamin Nix-Bradley from CSU...