Hello. First post. I've looked up this topic but haven't found what I'm looking for. Basically, I am recording a live performance of a string quartet playing classical at a church. In previous recordings the violist has complained that there is too much "bowing noises" in the recordings. On the second try I place the mics about five to six feet away standing height, which seem to give too much room sound, yet the complaint was "still too much bow clicks" etc. I am at a bit of a loss. No matter where I place the mics, it seems to me that so long as the heavy bowing is there you will capture it with the mics. PLacing the mics farther away is basically just making the quartet seem "far away" in the recordings. Any advice on how to approach this? I dont have great mics, but I do have a matched pair of Studio project pencil mics, and a few large condensor mics.