New QuadOmni? recordings on Pipeorgan

_basso_

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Hi!

Here is some exprimental mic- setup on pipeorgan :wink:

What do you pro guys, think about this recording and mic- setup.
I call the setup QuadOmni :p

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The microphones is 2 Sennheiser MKH8020 and 2 Gefell M296
 

Cucco

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I'm curious -
Based on the pic, it looks like the 2 pairs of mics are pretty close together...what was your motivation for that? Was one of the pairs missing something? Or did you want a different sound?

Overall (after listening to the Liszt), I think the sound is smooth and open without too much decay to make it muddy. The bottom end is a tad on the hollow side, but I wonder how much of that is the room itself.

In all a very fine sounding recording and a nice sounding organ too!
 

_basso_

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I did not have any special cause to put up the mic like this. I was only a bit lazy and corius to try some thing new. And a like the sound thats come to my ears...

Distans between the mic is 31.5 inch for the MKH 8020 and 39.37 for the Gefell M296.
 

_basso_

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Cucco said:
I'm curious -
Based on the pic, it looks like the 2 pairs of mics are pretty close together...what was your motivation for that? Was one of the pairs missing something? Or did you want a different sound?

Overall (after listening to the Liszt), I think the sound is smooth and open without too much decay to make it muddy. The bottom end is a tad on the hollow side, but I wonder how much of that is the room itself.

In all a very fine sounding recording and a nice sounding organ too!

Thanks for your expert opinion, i am still a amateur in recording, slowly but surely i learn more and more :lol:
 
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