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Re: two Senheiser mkh 30 fig 8 in blumlein setup

Subject: Re: two Senheiser mkh 30 fig 8 in blumlein setup
From: "Aaron Ximm" aaron_gmail
Date: Tue Sep 27, 2011 5:18 pm ((PDT))
On Tue, Sep 27, 2011 at 5:12 PM, freitojos <> w=
> Thank you Aaron for your prompt answer.
> My objective is to capture the ambiance in a way not so directional as in=
 the ms setup. Do you know how it works differently in headphones and in th=
e room with two channel stereo left and right?

I like the Blumlein image because it is the closest I have found to
binaural, which is my favorite technique (but not amenable to MKH
quality mics :)).

Have you considered binaural-like baffled omni techniques (many people
on the list have experimented with SASS-like enclosures for example)?

Or perhaps (depending on subject) A-B omni with widely spaced omnis?

I have heard some fantastic ambiance recordings from natural
environments recorded by Andrew Roth in Japan with very widely spaced
omnis (30' / 10m or more), with very little correlated material
between them, but a lovely sense of environment... and with the lack
of coloration from the omnis. :)



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