Hello everyone, I'm not a professional recording engineer, but I do have a regular gig recording performances of classical music students at a local university. I have a pretty minimal mic collection. Generally, I use just two AKG C1000 mics, in an ORTF configuration, regardless of what instruments are being recorded. The stereo signal is recorded onto a cd using a Tascam cd recorder (CD-RW 750). Yes, a low-budget setup, but it works. The musicians have been satisfied with the results. I should add that it's been a long time since I've recorded only audio; these days everyone wants a DVD. I record the audio separately and drop it into the video during the editing process. I recently got a Zoom H6 Handy Recorder which will allow me to do multi-tracking. So I'm wondering if I should add some mics for an upcoming gig. In this recital, there will be the following ensembles: voice (tenor) and piano voice and piano trio vocal duet with pre-recorded audio I have a Rode NT-1A that I can use for the vocalist. I also have a cheap omni mic, but I'm not sure if it would be of any use. Any suggestions about what mic setup I might use? I probably could borrow some mics from a friend. But I'm not averse to buying one or two new ones either. Thanks for any advice.