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  1. BobRogers

    Sax mic, techniques for woodwind ensembles

    My daughter is a sax player, and I may be recording her in various ensembles this fall. My first question is what you guys use for recording solo sax. I haven't really gone through all the combinations of mics and preamps in my collection as she has just been recording practice sessions...
  2. E

    Good mics for live/small ensembles,recital,choir recordings?

    Starting to do some recording of live performances of small ensembles (strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion) and choir recordings. Mainly student recitals done at on campus recital halls. I am in need of a good set of matched stereo mics I have been looking at the following and would...
  3. E

    Good mics for live/small ensembles,recital,choir recordings?

    Starting to do some recording of live performances of small ensembles (strings, brass, woodwinds, percussion) and choir recordings. Mainly student recitals done at on campus recital halls. I am in need of a good set of matched stereo mics I have been looking at the following and would...
  4. Thomas W. Bethel

    Miking an acoustical ensemble and soloist for radio

    I want to know what others would suggest. I am doing a radio show. It is being done live and recorded on a multitrack DAW. One problem I am running into on the show is the miking of the chorus (all 17 of them) and the soloist. Currently I am using an AKG D 3800M for the soloist and a crossed...
  5. dpd

    Advice on mic'ing a small folk ensemble

    I'll be engineering a live broadcast in mid-April and I've been debating about what mic setup to use this time. Not sure on the line-up yet, but I'm guessing a couple of guitars, maybe a banjo, including vocals. The room is 18' x 28' with a hung ceiling around 10' up. A small audience will...
  6. F

    Advice for recording a small folk style ensemble

    Hi All, Firstly, just want to say that there are some great posts going here. I've mainly been an engineer for rock/pop over the years, yet have always appreciated classical music, and I'm looking at using some classical recording techniques to record a few tracks of a group I'm currently...
  7. J

    Help Micing Choir + Instrument Ensemble

    Hey guys. Been recording a while but havn't done much of this. I was hired to record a 60 piece vocal choir and instrument ensemble. (clarinets, flute, trumpet, cello, violin, keyboard piano, upright bass) It will be in a hugh church and we'll have a run thru tongight Wed 12/03/03 so i'll...
  8. S

    outdoor mic for jazz horn ensemble

    Hi Group - This is my first post in this section. Tomorrow I'm set to run sound for a high school jazz (horn) ensemble outdoors. I'm planning on using two 57's in a "Y" pattern for the group coverage. Also - another 57 or two for solos. Am I way off on the "group" mics? Any help...
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