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Virtual Gobo concept in practice
Old 29th March 2006
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Talking Virtual Gobo concept in practice

I read through two threads by Steve Remote and did a live recording based on Steve's principles.

In short Steve shared mic set up and pictures along with an explanation of his Virtual Gobo concept. For a newbe like me, this is Gold-!!


Here are a couple of the tunes and the threads from my first Field Recording:

https://www.gearslutz.com/board/work-in-progress-advice-requested-show-and-tell-artist-showcase-mix-offs/64742-virtual-gobo-lesson-practice.html




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Old 30th March 2006
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Like i said before, well done 2db!

It's hard to believe it's your very first field recording.

What I heard sounded very nice.

Keep up the good work -- your future looks bright!

Go for it big time!
Old 31st October 2017
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Resurrecting an oldie (but a goodie) here, but can the virtual gobo concept, specifically M160s high up pointing straight down (i.e. floor tom/ride on side, snare/tom/cymbal other side) work in a decent sized room with high ceilings? Say, 15' ceilings and 20x25?
Old 31st October 2017
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Resurrecting an oldie (but a goodie) here, but can the virtual gobo concept, specifically M160s high up pointing straight down (i.e. floor tom/ride on side, snare/tom/cymbal other side) work in a decent sized room with high ceilings? Say, 15' ceilings and 20x25?
And by work, I mean achieve separation or does it require essentially zero early/close-ish reflections?
Old 3 weeks ago
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Originally Posted by gravyface View Post
Resurrecting an oldie (but a goodie) here, but can the virtual gobo concept, specifically M160s high up pointing straight down (i.e. floor tom/ride on side, snare/tom/cymbal other side) work in a decent sized room with high ceilings? Say, 15' ceilings and 20x25?

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And by work, I mean achieve separation or does it require essentially zero early/close-ish reflections?
Yes!
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