Re: Stereo mics
"Phil Tyler" macmang4125
Fri Nov 30, 2007 5:25 am ((PST))
I have posted some photo's of my Stereo Bar setup here:
For the AT3032 setup I am looking at devising a 'barrier' that I can
attach to each microphone. My idea was to use something like a piece of
3 ply wood for example which I attach to the microphone. Rather than
attach the microphone to the barrier. Or perhaps an absorbent barrier
that sits between the two mics like a Jecklin disc. Plenty of ideas to
But first I am going to try and power the MixPre from an external
source and see if that helps with the AT3032's. Although I am not
convinced I need to do it as so far running them using the 15v phantom
does not seem to cause any problems with motor-boating or headroom.
--- In "artsonics" <>
> Thanks to Don, Phil, Dan and others for their helpful advice on stereo
> mics. I think you are right about obtaining a superior recording using
> dual mics in a stereo setup than a cheap single point stereo mic.
> With more feedback so to speak on the 418 (not implying that the 418
> is noisy)I may be tempted but it seems the best sound and flexibility
> is had with multi mic systems.
> Phil, I would be interested to see any photos you have of your stereo
> bar/Rode shockmount setup if you can post.
> Thanks again everyone.
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