I just finished recording the best pianist I have had the pleasure of working with. He's a doctoral candidate and this recording should seal the deal. I really went all out on this one and I think i've discovered the secret to this piano's sound. Apparently, all of the midrange nastiness comes out of the center of the piano; the farther apart I moved the mics, the more the tone improved in both channels. I guess this is a '"Duh!" to the rest of you, but to me, it's a discovery. Go figure. Anyway, here's the recording. Claude Debusy - XII: Minstrels, from Twelve Preludes, Book One For this recording, I did something a little different. After finding my favorite positions for the mics (omnis), which ended up being 5' out, 5'5" high, and 4' apart, I put up two more pair, as close together as possible, and recorded them all to their own tracks. You will hear only one now, the one I selected as my favorite. I would like to post the three clips in WAV format, but I don't have enough server space. If someone would care to host them on their website, I would be much obliged. In case this ever does happen, I will not be revealing the models I used until people state their favorite. This should be fun. 8) Please critique me to the ground on this one. Be extra picky. I think you guys are too easy on me. I know there's something wrong with this one; I just need help understanding what it is. Thanks yet again for the incredible resource all of you provide.