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 Post subject: Recording brass band
PostPosted: Mon Feb 19, 2007 11:07 am 
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Robbie The Botkiller
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There's a chance (albeit very small) I'm going to record a brass band (brass and drums). I'll probably be able to use some of the experience of the men's choir, but there are a lot of differences. The sound pressure for instance is incredible.

I was wondering if someone could give me advice, for instance on micing and how to handle sound pressure you can feel in your chest.

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Hard to offer any advice without knowing the context, i.e., the environment, that you'd be working in.

I did brass. It was a big, metal space...like a warehouse almost...with offices built inside like cracker boxes here and there. I close mic'd the brass with dynamics. Worked well.

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