I am new to microphones and would like to ask for your advice.
I am looking for a pre to compliment what is available in the Duet. I enjoy the cleanliness and sheen of the Duet's pres very much. You could say I'm looking for something dirtier or rougher to contrast.
I always find mixing duets quite difficult, the difficulty I have being that whatever I seem to do, I can never get the two vocals at exactly the same level - any handy hints and tips?
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Due to the outstanding success of our single channel
dedicated valve D.I coloured processor ' DEUTERIUM '
... we are pleased to announce a Stereo ( two-channel )
version available shortly.
Simply called ' Stereo Dueterium ',, this unit is sure to be the
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Next week I am going to be recording a two piano duet and I am wondering what the best way to do it is. I am sort of limited to mics and tracks so i need to get the best sound I can with 4 mics. What I had in mind was one omni mic on each of the pianos with a baffle separating them and possibly two room mics.
I'm looking for mics for my home recording setup. I want to do 2 things - record acoustic guitar duets with a modestly-priced matched pair, and record casual jams with whomever is in the room - acoustic guitar, mando, drums, amplified guitar or bass, etc. I'm looking at the Studio Projects C1 or C3 for the matched pair, and the AT4033 or 4050 for the room mic.