October 23rd 2018: Preparing for site redesign... Following the recent unwelcome hacker attack, I'm making good progress with a full site redesign which I'm hoping to launch later in the year. In the interim, however, I'll be restarting my monthly multitrack uploads (thanks for bearing with me on that) and will also be gradually adding new video content to the Mixing Secrets For The Small Studio resource pages in support of the newly released second edition. If you'd like to assist my ongoing development of this site, please consider joining the Cambridge-MT Patrons. Thanks for your understanding. Mike S.
Recording Secrets For The Small Studio
The 'Recording Secrets' Library Of Microphone Positions:
|A||WAV/MP3||Just above head height pointing towards the instrument|
|B||WAV/MP3||At approximately eye level pointing towards the instrument|
|C||WAV/MP3||At approximately chin level pointing towards the instrument|
|D||WAV/MP3||At approximately chest height pointing towards the instrument|
|E||WAV/MP3||At approximately waist height pointing towards the instrument.|
This microphone setup used five Avantone CK1 microphones (with their cardioid capsules) to record the horizontal dispersion characteristics of the same flute as in Multimic Setup 1.
(For a higher-resolution image, click here.)
|A||WAV/MP3||90 degrees to the player's right, pointing towards the instrument|
|B||WAV/MP3||In front of the tail of the instrument, pointing slightly inwards|
|C||WAV/MP3||Pointing at the centre of the instrument|
|D||WAV/MP3||In front of the mouthpiece of the instrument, pointing slightly inwards|
|E||WAV/MP3||90 degrees to the player's left, pointing towards the instrument|
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