Yesterday I did a string quartet live broadcast/2 track recording for a classical radio station near here. I used a pair of AKG Blue Line Cardioid microphones in a coincident-pair arrangement. I placed the microphones about 8 feet in front of the quartet and about chest high. The recording and broadcast came off very well*. The only problem was that at the last minute the cellist came up and asked me if I could at some reverb to the radio and recording mix since the room was so "dry". Luckily or unluckily I had a Roland SRV330 with me in my recording rack and was able to comply with his request. Since the request was very late (just before we went on the air) I had to do some really fast work to get it to work and did not have time to really dial in the best reverb for the session. It came off alright but I was wondering if anyone else has run into this type of "last minute" request and what you did about it. I honestly would have preferred NOT to add reverb when I was unsure of the outcome but I did as he requested. Thanks for any thoughts and or advice. *One of the pices was the Schubert String Quintet with two cellos. It was a piece I had never heard before but the quintet did a beautiful job on this 54 minute piece and it recorded very well.