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Old 02-09-2010, 02:25 PM
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Default Re: Tracking brass

It may be difficult getting all the brass playing at once at this stage...especially since I am the trombone player!! and the engineer.
The brass parts are very simple just a few licks here and there.
Its for a poppy song with a jazzy flavour.
I do not have much better as far as choices for mics. Although i wish i did have a Neuman U87.
The project is my girlfriends EP...so we are not expecting the most professional results but we want it to be good..
I like the dual mic'ing idea The 57 close and the NT1a further back....i think that might be my best option.
Thanks for imput guys..Really wish i could go with more of the suggestions!
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