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Lovecraft 16th October 2018 07:03 AM

Mics, grand piano & classical music
 
Hello folks

I’m going to record a friend of mine who owns a Yamaha C7. The recording will take at his home (not a studio neither a big hall). The repertory is classical (some too-much-noise Rachmaninov, Bach and Scarlatti). I have two cardioid oktava mk 012 and a Neumann tlm 102. I attach a sketch of some possible solutions I’ve been thinking of. Please, guys, give me some feedback! Thank you very much

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jammiedodger666 16th October 2018 08:59 PM

Try opening the lid and putting your mics facing downward into the sound holes. Experiment.

Here are some photos to give you ideas....