June 2008
Mix;Jun2008, Vol. 32 Issue 7, p56
The article discusses the tools that the engineer Jayme Braun used in finishing the third leg of the Adore 2007 tour. He used the Shure KSM9 because it has a switchable pickup pattern. In small venues with a loud stage, he used the hypercardioid pattern for the extra noise rejection on the capsule.


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