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Recording Session tips? Condenser Microphones
Old 6th March 2008
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Recording Session tips?

Hey guys,

I have to record a bluegrass band tonight for school in our Studio A. Below I have included the instruments as well as a mic list. I am interested in how different people would set this up. We will be setting everyone up in the room at once and having them all play together. Fill me in on how you would do it and which mics you would use on what. Thanks!


-Lead Guitar/Vox
-Bass Guitar (upright)/Vox
-Rhythm Guitar

Mics to choose from:
-Earthworks SR69B (x2)
Earthworks SR77 (x2)
Shure KSM32 (x2)
Beyer MC740 (1)
Neumann KM 140 (x2)
Audio-Technica 4047 (x2)
Neumann U87 (x2)
Neumann KM 130 (x2)
AKG C 451B (x3)
AKG C 3000 B Mic
-AKG D 112 Mic
-Beyer MTG88Mic
-Neumann KMS 105 Mic
-Neumann LTM 193 Mic
-Sennheiser MD 421 II Mic
-Shure SM7B Mic
-Shure SM57 Mic
-Shure SM58 Mic
-Shure SM81 Mic
-Beyer MC 740 Mic
-Neumann KM100 Mic

Have at it!
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