Re: Tracking room ?
> What kind of room would you choose if you had to track all of these instruments in one room ? <
A large room.
In small rooms you're always near to a reflecting boundary - the walls, floor, and ceiling. And when a sound source (or a microphone) is near to a boundary you get comb filtering, which is like the flanging effect. To my way of thinking, this is the single biggest problem people have trying to record anything in a small room. Especially when using overhead mikes on a drum set, when the ceiling is plain, reflecting sheetrock.