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Recording Bach cello suites, Line Audio OM1 and CM3
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3rd July 2013
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Recording Bach cello suites, Line Audio OM1 and CM3

Hi,
Recently I've done an integral recording of the Bach's cello suites, plus something extra - 3rd suite exists also in the version with piano. I used for this recording Line Audio microphones - OM1 mics I used for the cello solo part, but for the suite with piano I had OM1 as mains trying to keep the sound of the cello from the solo part as close as possible (didn't manage as much as I wanted though) and also used 2xCM3 as the spots for piano and 2xRode NT5 as the spots for cello.
Let me know what do you think about the recording.
Solo version you can find here: OM1 - What's it about?
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Marcin
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Thank you Rolo Love these mics...
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Thank you for sharing.
Still there is sooooo much reverb that, i think, no one can really judge a lot about those microphone here, transients are kind of erased there.
Plus the acoustic is really coloured, much LF, not exactly the kind of acoustic that suit these cello works.

Hope you'll have some time for another tests in a more appropriate place.
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