Hello Guys! I really need your help!
I sing opera and i am a lyric Baritone.
I' ll be recording lots of things as a Baritone and i really don't know how to do it but i know it's a little complicated.I have recorded rock,metal,pop stuff before but i know that this is a lot different.
I bought the CAD GXL2200, and the blue icicle to try and get a better sound, the other mic was always a portable recorder deal, and we didn't own it.
Brand new to posting on these forums! I'm currently in my senior year at Cal State University, Monterey Bay graduating with a degree in recording technology. I'm diving into studio operations for my senior research paper and am looking collect some empirical research on the topic! If you guys could take a few seconds to take my 9 question survey at this that would be totally awesome. I'm more than willing to share any information that I collect during through out my research.
It's been a while since I've been on here simply because my browser, Opera, does not work with recording.org. No matter what ISP I use it keeps sending me either back to my own IP address or the IP address of the router.
It really is a pain to keep having to open Chrome to check out the forum since all of my quick launch links are based in Opera. I know it sounds lazy, but it really deters me.
Is there no way around this?
I have a Blue Baby Bottle and PreSonus Audio box with Studio One 2 program
I am very new to recording and am struggling with the distortion of her upper register. Where can I read or learn about the different pieces of recording that I need to know about in order to do her voice justice?
I would like to record a bass singer, there will be a piano. I wanted to record live. I have only 1 microphone currently which is a Audio Tech 33a. I can buy 2 cheap condenser mics to complete the setup, these will all go into my little mixing desk which has 48v PP.
1. Last minute request, speedy planning, rush to theatre after work etc.
2. No mics to be visible anywhere, except maybe at the top of the pit.
3. Singers all over the stage, including quite a bit from the stage rear.
My original idea was to use two main microphones for the orchestra and two or three (boundary?) microphones for the stage. How can I work around the phasing problems that might occur with moving singers?