Hi guys, I'm borrowing a viola at the moment, and I thought I would try to record some Bach in my bedroom this morning. I picked the first movement of the solo partita no. 2 in d-minor - sounds a bit like the cello sonatas when played on the viola, but the music is still lovely. The room is fairly dry, but not more well balanced than the average bedroom. The mic was almost two meters above the floor, about 1½ meter from the viola, and afterwards I smacked on some artificial reverb to give the sound some volume. This viola isn't the best instrument in the world - it seems a little harsh - but it's fun to play! What do you think about the reverb settings? I often record this way, in a dry room adding ambience, but it often ends up sounding just a tiny bit too much of a hotel bathroom, if you know what I mean. I tend to go with something around 1.70+ seconds of reverb and mix it around 30-40 percent. Any advice would be appreciated! ...and the link: [EDITED] http://www.soundvenue.com/mp3.asp?id=10806 [EDITED] Click on Afspil/download MP3 and either select play or download.