stereo microphone setup for bird recording

Subject: stereo microphone setup for bird recording
From: john boyce <>
Date: Tue, 01 Jul 2003 17:18:29 +1000
Hi everyone,
has anyone ever tried using two mono mikes (unidirectional or
supercardioid type) to make 'stereo' recordings of nature sounds. Is two
mono mikes a good way to go or is it too complex to get the orientation
of the mikes right to give reasonable stereo sound. Also what do people
mostly do with a single mono shotgun mike (the most common setup I
guess), do they record just a single channel and duplicate that channel
later on at the computer stage or do you rewire the mike to give signal
to both channels of the recorder. Any comments or help much appreciated.
John Boyce

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