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 Post subject: cello, everyone
PostPosted: Fri Nov 04, 2005 2:22 pm 
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anyway got tips on recording cello.
it'll be for a supporting part, not solo, so i don't think stereo will be required.
how do we assign 2 mics to one input channel again?


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You can't assign two mics to one input channel without an external mixer in advance of the G. I suspect you are really asking about how to assign two mics to a single destination track. If this is the case, the answer lies in bus recording (referred to as "mixed" recording in the G's record menu). Check out page 45 of the manual for the rundown.

No advice for how to mic a cello...sorry.


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found this:

Double bass/cello

Double Bass: aim a cardioid microphone at one of the f holes from a distance of about 16 inches (40 cm). If you have to record the double bass playing together with an ensemble, use a shorter working distance and a hypercardioid pattern in order to prevent leakage from other instruments into the bass microphone.

Cello: mic the cello in the same way as the double bass using a cardioid and consider using an extra distant microphone. Set the level of the close-up microphone (the spot microphone in this setup) about 20 dB lower than the level of the distant (main) microphone.

pg 45 - right your are.
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