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I came across this interesting article while browsing through my inbox. I thought it might be interesting to discuss the merits of generating mic positions (e.g. using a mixed wet/dry reverb signal as a far mic, or isolating a main mic to mono and adding eq as a close mic)-

https://www.bhphotovideo.com/explora/aud...mic-no-cry
Thanks! Bookmarked. I've always struggled with bringing close mic'd sampled drum kits to life, and just adding in a touch of drum room ambience (whether algo or convo) never seems to do the trick. Definitely going to give this a shot.

Yes, I understand that you posted this as a "general use" type of technique but I'll need to experiment with the process before I can comment on how it can be used beyond drums Smile
(10-09-2016, 06:18 PM)Mattias Westlund Wrote: [ -> ]Thanks! Bookmarked. I've always struggled with bringing close mic'd sampled drum kits to life, and just adding in a touch of drum room ambience (whether algo or convo) never seems to do the trick. Definitely going to give this a shot.

Yes, I understand that you posted this as a "general use" type of technique but I'll need to experiment with the process before I can comment on how it can be used beyond drums Smile

Haha don't worry, I've never tried most of this stuff myself. I'll have to give it a shot and see what comes up too. Smile