www.neumann.com
Forums:
Email:









Forums / Archive / Thread
Re: Recording a Violin
Author: Posted by HR
Date: 04/28/2004

Erik:
'Mkh 20 between brackets and the mkh30,40 and Schoeps are all pressure-gradient microphones, from which I understand the writers favour for pressure-gradients, in stead of pressure.'
No favor implied, rather an acknowledgement that directionals are most commonly used for this application. Not necessarily because omnis are not better, just that directionals often the best compromise in dealing with all the factors of rooms, broadcast requirements, etc., and directionals are often what many people buy first when upgrading or starting their collection. We do not record in a perfect world with perfect rooms, perfect players, and unlimited set up time. But if omnis work for the application, use them-and that's why I mentioned them!!
Really I never thought my use use of parenthesis would be cause for discourse, but that seems to be the way things have become here....  
Posted by Laurent Maury
04/24/2004
 
Posted by Mike Pappas
04/24/2004
 
Posted by Erik
04/24/2004
 
Posted by HR
04/27/2004
 
Posted by Erik
04/27/2004
 
Posted by Tom
04/28/2004
 
Posted by Erik
04/28/2004
 
Posted by HR
04/28/2004
 
Posted by HR
04/28/2004
 
Posted by Erik
04/28/2004
 
Posted by Uwe Sattler, Neumann|USA
04/28/2004
           Erik 
 
Posted by HR
04/29/2004
 
Posted by Erik
04/30/2004
 
Posted by Erik
04/30/2004
 
Posted by Erik
04/28/2004
 
Posted by Tom
04/24/2004