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Re: Classical recording - reverberant spaces
      22/06/07 08:52 AM
Lately I have had good results with mics above the main part of the orchestra, resembling a Decca tree. In some acoustics this can remove some excessive reverb. Currently I simply run omnis up there, guess next step is to make some kind of acoustic balls or similar. Additionally I usually have outriggers and sometimes a spot here and here.

I place a high stand right in front of the conductor (not all agree to that) and on top i have this home-made T construction with mics at the ends. A picture may help
http://trombonisten.se/images/4051c.jpg

The T is made from three parts of aluminium U profile I found in a hardware store, bolted together.

Gunnar

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* Classical recording - reverberant spaces Barry Pearce 21/06/07 09:31 PM
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. * Re: Classical recording - reverberant spaces Barry Pearce   22/06/07 01:27 PM
. * Re: Classical recording - reverberant spaces ghellquist   22/06/07 02:26 PM
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. * Re: Classical recording - reverberant spaces Barry Pearce   22/06/07 02:32 PM
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