Royer SF-24 Orpheus, SPL Neos, Choirs

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  1. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    Just finished up at the Festival. Here is a short clip of a choir where I used a Royer SF-24, Prism Orpheus summed through the SPL Neos.

    NOTE: You can adjusted the volumes on these tracks.

    44.1 /24

     
  2. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    Here is another section where I added a Bricasti M7 (Cathedral preset) for fun:
    44.1 /24



    Without Bricasti M7:



    The remainder of the the two Nulled:

     
  3. audiokid

    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    LAST YEAR - For fun, not intended to be any kind of accurate comparison, however, for my reference and to share two beautiful converter/preamp combo's with the Royer SF-24 once again.
    Here is the close to position, same church but switched using a Lavry AD11. I did not have the Neos for this as well.

    88.2/32

    Not sure what happened on this track last year, you will hear some clocking issue, however, never the less the Lavry Black is a beautiful converter too .




     
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    Can you explain where you feel there is an audible clocking issue?

    They both sound uber-smooth to me, Chris...
     
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    I'd kinda like to hear the same file with and without the Bricasti... if you have the time... just for fun and comparison on an apples to apples basis.

    ;)

    -d.
     
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    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    Thanks Donny,

    You bet... The one Lavry track where I noted the caption, you can hear a very faint rolling of , what sounds like the start of a buffer. That's what I meant to say, sorry. Listen again.
     
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    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    Sure.
     
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    Nice!smoke
     
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    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    On that track you can hear a pou pou pou pou pou pou "" . Thinking back, I believe I caught that and the next choir I increased the buffer.
     
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    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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    Its interesting to look at the wave created with and without the Bricasti M7. Especially at the end. The amount I added is not very obvious, thats how I like it on the 2-bus. On a drum track, I would ramp it up a lot.
    The unit is incredibly transparent but to my ears, creates a glue like musicality to space.

    I nulled the two and that was interesting as well. I'll try and upload the remainder.
     
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    audiokid Chris Well-Known Member

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  • Royer ribbon microphones - Why?

    Simply put, when you put a quality ribbon mic on an instrument, voice, or other sound source, what you hear on playback is closer to real sound in nature than with any other kind of microphone.

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