Hi! I´m completely new to the audio recording and I am asking for some advice. I´m planning to record classical piano with cello (Schubert Arpeggione Sonata). I have tree mics: Rode NT55 matched pair and Audio Technica AT2050. Everything goes to my laptop via Fast Track Ultra. I thought about using NT55 on piano with omni capsules in A/B technique (with couple meters distance from the piano and above the lid - it gave me good results previously) For the cellist i could use AT2050 (it has 3 different patterns: cardoid, omni and 8)with some distance too - I´ve heard about unwanted bow noise with the close miking. But where to place the cellist and the AT microphone to get a good balance between the instruments and - the most improtant - avoid phase difference problems or multi path distortion(because of the different microphones used) The room is a medium-large size concert hall with Steinway D Grand. Thanks for any suggestions.