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RE: Options for Stereo Recording?

Subject: RE: Options for Stereo Recording?
From: "Jerry Berrier" <>
Date: Sun, 26 Jun 2005 22:21:46 -0400
Yes, I recently bought a set of croaky-mounted binaural mics from Sound
Professionals.  I'm having a great time with them, although I have to admit
that the cord hanging down my back bothers me much more than I thought it
would.  It's a heavier cord than I expected, and its weight pulls just
enough on the glasses to give me a slightly uncomfortable feeling.

I've gotten spoiled by the superior quality recordings I get with the
Sennheiser equipment, and I'd like to have that level of quality for stereo
recordings also.

-----Original Message-----
 On Behalf Of Rob Danielson
Sent: Sunday, June 26, 2005 5:35 PM
Subject: [Nature Recordists] Options for Stereo Recording?

At 3:29 PM -0400 6/26/05, Jerry Berrier wrote:
>I would be doing mostly ambient recordings.
>>Rob Danielson asked:
>>Do you want your stereo rig for close-ups of birds or to record
>>ambient "space?"

Then omni's could be the best choice. Rich is in the field today
we'll have to wait about his thoughts on another me-62/K6. Do you
like the idea of the rig being lower profile, easier to walk with and
use in public?  If so, another site to check out would be Aaron's:

He is one of many who use head-phone or similarly body-mounted small omni's=

"Microphones are not ears,
Loudspeakers are not birds,
A listening room is not nature."
Klas Strandberg
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