Gefell 296S --What do you think about this recording...

Discussion in 'Location Recording' started by _basso_, Aug 1, 2005.

  1. _basso_

    _basso_ Active Member

    Hi!!

    I wonder what you experts on recordings and microphones like this recording.
    In my ear the mic is little to far away
    This recording is made in lulea Cathedral
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    If you listen careful you will here a HD step on it and disappear
    in the unknown. 1:44 min :lol:

    The doors were wide open because of the summer heat.

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    //Janne
     
  2. _basso_

    _basso_ Active Member

    Hi!!

    None of you out there.. who have any thing to say about the
    microphones, recording. :shock:

    This recording was just a test recording ...only for a evaluate
    of the microphone Microtech Gefell's 296S.


    Is this the microphones i should get. for pipeorgan recording...
    Would be wery happy for some advice before i buy
    new microphones..

    //Janne
     
  3. larsfarm

    larsfarm Active Member

    I'm a newcomer to the forum. I enjoyed your recording. I like the music, new to me. What was it? Who played? I think it sounded fine. A full, rich sound. As you say, a bit distant, as from the perspective of one sitting in the middle of a large church. I've been in LuleƄ, but never inside the church. Not knowing the organ, registration or the room saying something about the character of the mic is beyond my capabilities.

    Lars
     
  4. DavidSpearritt

    DavidSpearritt Well-Known Member

    I am very impressed with these microphones and I don't think the recording is too distant at all. I am going to audition these 296S soon myself, to confirm what all the fuss is about. The "S" seems to be the free field equalised ones, for classical concert work you might want to try the diffuse field model.
     
  5. Cucco

    Cucco Distinguished Member

    Correct - the 296S is essentially a "Flat" microphone from DC to over 40kHz and has a thinner, .4 micron diaphragm. In a diffuse-field orchestral recording situation, it might sound a tad on the "dull" side.

    In either case though, these are beautiful mics!!

    J.
     

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