Hi all, I am a new member of this forum. I read quite some interesting infomation on this forum about recording the pipe organ. And I would really appreciate it if you could provide me with some tips as well. In my spare time I am working for a local radio station in Rotterdam, The Netherlands. We are planning to do a (musical) documentary, for which we need to record a pipe organ also. The organ we want to record is a 20-stop romantic organ placed in the alcove/choir in a relatively small church (don't know the exact dimensions). Our very small budget won't allow us to buy/rent gear for just this occasion. And the gear we do have is not really high quality stuff. This, I think, is the best I could find: - mic: Rode NT5 (stereo matched pair) - preamp: Focusrite TwinTrak Pro - recorder: Tascam HD-P2 (with Super MOD by the Oade Brothers) I have never recorded an organ before. What would be the a good option to start off with, considering the gear I mentioned? Any advice on mic placement (height, distance, angles, etc.) would be very welcome. Thanks for your reply in advance. P.S. We have to possibility to use a scaffolding in the church (almost to the roof); height and distance are no problem.