Orchestral Recording

Jackson, Blair
January 2006
Mix;Jan2006, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p30
The article focuses on different techniques in the orchestral music recording. Orchestral recording has been dominated by two techniques that emphasize minimal milking in front of and above the musicians. One of the challenges of recording a smaller section is that if you have your overall microphone aimed at the first row of players, it ends up sounding like a few violins playing. It gives information on the use of M-50s in the orchestral recording.


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