Posted: Tue Mar 26, 2019 7:51 pm
Have you tried an ambisonic headphone mix yet?
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ConcertinaChap wrote:There's a quite a lot of spill in the virtual mics (though there would be a fair bit with real mics)...
I've come to look at it, as a sort of "super-stereo" mic, with the advantages of a stereo mic plus to a useful degree some of the advantages of close miking.
jimjazzdad wrote:I am not hearing a lot of ambience, so I imagine a pretty dry acoustic...
Dave B wrote:Needs more .... churchbell .... ;)
ConcertinaChap wrote:Anywhere you've got a group of musicians or singers and for whatever reason you don't want to go the close miking route then an ambisonic mic is an alternative worth considering. The end product, as this shows, can be quite effective.