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 Post subject: Recording recorder
PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2005 2:24 pm 
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Anyone has experience recording these?

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I'm thinking about recording a song with them. I found the song "Riu Riu" from the other thread I posted a week or so ago and I'd like to record it. At the moment I'm writing the arrangement. I must have a soprano and an alto somewhere. Now I have to get a tenor.

Anyone has any experience mic-ing a flute?

Rob


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Wow! Flutaphones!

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I've never recorded these myself Robbie, but I did read something recently in Sound on Sound about recording the clarinet and the principles should be broadly similar. I'll dig the article out tonight when I get home and see what it offers.

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I think you would probably record the same way that you would record a flute.

Try setting up a mic at a 45 degree angle about the sound hole (by the mouthpiece) start with the mic placed maybe6 4-6 inches away then adjust to taste.

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 Post subject: Re: Recording recorder
PostPosted: Sun Jul 23, 2006 4:22 am 
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Robbie wrote:
Anyone has experience recording these?

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I'm thinking about recording a song with them. I found the song "Riu Riu" from the other thread I posted a week or so ago and I'd like to record it. At the moment I'm writing the arrangement. I must have a soprano and an alto somewhere. Now I have to get a tenor.

Anyone has any experience mic-ing a flute?

Rob


Are you kidding? Recording a recorder?

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Why not? It's like...

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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2006 1:59 am 
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Hi all flute players..which in my years with this site I have encontered none, unfortunately ,as the AW records flute beautifuly,as it is a pure type sound,no strings vibrating,no skins etc..just mike it close near the sound hole..what a surprise..it will sound just as played.Of course a good mike helps.I hardly ever reply..feels good.Stephen


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PostPosted: Tue Jul 25, 2006 10:02 am 
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Thank you Stephen.

Didn't you just forget a p while registering?


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Maybe it's a silent P as in "bath"... :lol:


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As a german-speaker...

'Stehen' is completely correct - it's identical to 'to stand' in english :wink: .

But I'm digressing...it would clearly be cool to have a flutist around here 8) ! Answer more often ;-).


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