The KSM9 is a premium vocal condenser microphone that captures vocal subtlety with extraordinary detail to deliver clear articulation, functional flexibility, and precise vocal reproduction for live performance.
Engineered to exacting standards, the KSM9 reveals nuance and subtlety in a microphone optimized for the most demanding live environments. With its dual diaphragm design and switchable polar patterns (supercardioid/cardioid), the KSM9 is the choice for the world’s most accomplished vocal performances.
When most of us think of chapels in Las Vegas, the images that come to mind are of the drive-through wedding variety with an Elvis impersonator officiating. But here’s the real secret that Sin City isn’t even trying to keep on the down low: it’s full of churches, and according to msncbc contributor Chris Rodell «…lots of them. Mosques, temples and synagogues too – representing vibrant faiths from all over creation.» The fact is, there are over 500 churches (compared to its 35 wedding chapels) for the city’s nearly 600,000 residents and 37.3 annual visitors, with over 40 faiths represented
One of them is International Church of Las Vegas, a multi-cultural congregation with four locations (and even a virtual iChurch) in Las Vegas. It is at the ICLV’s Summerlin worship center, the spiritual home of 4,000 congregants where most of the church’s major conferences and events take place, that we find James Elizondo. His day gig is «rock and roll audio dude» at Vegas’ HAS Audio Productions (clients include Fergie, Lady Antebellum, LL Cool J, Aretha Franklin, Snoop Lion and about a zillion others, along with venues like the Sahara Hotel, House of Blues, New York New York, MGM Grand and … well, you get the idea) but he still finds time to volunteer at ICLV as its head audio engineer