Remote Stereo RecordingListen To Samples: | Concert Bands | Choirs | Jazz Bands | Other |
We have extensive experience in stereo recordings of live concert events or direct-to-stereo recording sessions. Using an ORTF microphone pair and up to 24-bit/96Khz resolution creates a stereo recording which sounds just like what a person in the ideal listening position would hear. As many as six more microphones (for a total of eight) can be used as spot microphones for featured instruments, soloists or as "outrigger" mics for large orchestras. This recording is then brought back to the studio for final polishing, including EQ and/or compression/limiting as called for, the addition of high-quality convolution reverb (which mimics the actual reverb found in hundreds of world-class concert halls and spaces) and any noise-reduction needed. For certain types of music, such as orchestral classical music, concert bands, jazz big bands, choirs, organ recitals, acoustic music groups or vocal/piano recitals, this type of recording is very natural sounding and ideal. It's also quite cost-effective since no mixdown time is needed.
Costs: $75.00 per hour with a 3-hour minimum. Setup time (not tear-down time) is charged for (approximately 30-45 minutes). Payment in full is required before final delivery.
Point Loma Nazarene University - Concert Band
Point Loma High School - Concert Band
Point Loma Nazarene University - Concert Band & Choir
Point Loma Nazarene University - Choirs
Point Loma Nazarene University - Pt. Loma Singers
Point Loma Nazarene University - Jazz Band
Point Loma High School - Jazz Band
J. Singler - Vocal & Piano
V. Labenske - Piano
Point Loma Nazarene University - Handbell Ensemble
Carlsbad Music Festival - 2008