The comparison of microphone arrangements about orchestral instruments
  Joint Research Project with Studiengang Tonmeister der Universität der Künste Berlin, Nagoya University of the Arts Soundmedia Composition Course
  Universität der Künste BerlinUniversität der Künste Berlin
 
  The Orchestral Instruments

Strings
Woodwind
Brass
Percussion

Violin
Viola
Cello
Contrabass
Flute
Oboe
Clarinet
Bassoon
Horn
Trumpet
Trombone
Tuba
Timpani
Bass Drum
Snare Drum

Snare Drum 1
 
Prokofiev, Peter and the Wolf Op. 67 a, with Snare Snare Drum, Christoph Lindner
from the instrument to mic=265cm, AB : DPA 4006 AB50cm / RME Micstasy Gain 17, PZM : Schoeps BLM 03C Spaced Pair 50cm / RME Micstasy Gain 21 Tonmeister, Thorsten Weigelt
 
Snare Drum 2  
Prokofiev, Peter and the Wolf Op. 67 a, without Snare Snare Drum, Christoph Lindner
from the instrument to mic=265cm, AB : DPA 4006 AB50cm / RME Micstasy Gain 17, PZM : Schoeps BLM 03C Spaced Pair 50cm / RME Micstasy Gain 21 Tonmeister, Thorsten Weigelt
 
Snare Drum 3  
Knauer, Etude No 7 Snare Drum, Christoph Lindner
from the instrument to mic=265cm, AB : DPA 4006 AB50cm / RME Micstasy Gain 17, PZM : Schoeps BLM 03C Spaced Pair 50cm / RME Micstasy Gain 21 Tonmeister, Thorsten Weigelt
 
Snare Drum 4  
Sounds: Rolls and hits with and without snare Snare Drum, Christoph Lindner
from the instrument to mic=265cm, AB : DPA 4006 AB50cm / RME Micstasy Gain 17, PZM : Schoeps BLM 03C Spaced Pair 50cm / RME Micstasy Gain 21 Tonmeister, Thorsten Weigelt
 


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