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In the following audio clip, everything is captured—including the sound of the ocean, a crying baby, the loud audience, and the beautiful sound of the orchestra. Any number of secondary buffers can be played at one time, up to the limits of available processing power and system memory. When recording ensembles, make sure that the musicians are located within this green area. It may contain a single sound that is to be played repeatedly, such as a sound effect in a game, or it may be filled with new data from time to time. For more information on how to do this, see Creating Secondary Buffers. This setup will act as another stereo perspective to the close mic and will provide added depth and dimension to your tracks. In the following clip, composer Jeremy Zuckerman chose an R88 to capture the lush sound of an entire orchestra at the outdoor music festival, Playfest, in Malaga, Spain.

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Engineer John Cuniberti aims to capture a band in one take, without edits or overdubs, but sound as balanced as a conventional multi-track recording. Within that range, the N8 can be moved closer or farther from the bass to recommenred the amount of low-end proximity effect. A secondary buffer can exist throughout the life of an application or it may be destroyed when no longer needed.

Its far-field functionality and dual figure-of-8 polar patterns allow for the blending of the direct sound of your instrument with expansive, dimensional room sound. In the following clip, composer Jeremy Zuckerman chose an R88 to capture the lush sound of an entire orchestra at the outdoor music festival, Playfest, in Malaga, Spain. Its far-field functionality and figure-of-8 polar pattern allow for the blending of the direct sound of your instrument with expansive, dimensional room sound.

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Under these conditions, if your application plays a buffer and immediately begins a screen animation, the audio and video appear to start at the same time.

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When recording ensembles, make sure that the musicians are located within this green area. When both channels are hard-panned left and right, any source that is within this green area will sound like it is coming from that specific area. This dirsctsound with N8s has become a staple in Hollywood when recording movie scores. The versatile R88 excels at recording string sections, quartets, orchestras, and other ensembles from a distance.

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We appreciate your feedback. Listen to the R88 live capturing an orchestra outdoors. This documentation is archived and is not being maintained. The versatile R88 excels at recording string sections, quartets, orchestras, and other ensembles from a distance.

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When groups or ensembles, start by positioning the R88 from at least 5 feet away from the musicians with the white line aimed directly at the center of the ensemble. For more information, see Access to the Primary Buffer.

Try positioning the R88 roughly 2 to 4 feet from the instrument with the white line aimed directly at the center of the instrument.

Within that range, the R88 can be moved closer or farther away to temper the amount of low-end proximity effect. This site uses cookies for analytics, personalized content and ads. Audio samples idrectsound techniques for tracking violins and violas with the N8. Close Miking When recording ss20 bass, try positioning the N8 between 1 and 4 feet in front of the instrument.

On upright, there are two common positions to place a Blumlein array. For more information on the different kinds of secondary buffers, see Static and Streaming Sound Buffers.

How To Record Violin and Viola With the R88

By continuing to browse this site, you agree to this use. When arranged 6 to 10 feet from the source, the R88 creates a massive, detailed room image without the need for any support microphones. In the following audio clip, everything is captured—including the sound of the ocean, a crying baby, the loud audience, and the beautiful sound of the orchestra.

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When miking solo musicians or quartets or ensembles at a distance, start by positioning the R88 from at least 5 feet away from the musicians with the white line aimed directly at the center of the ensemble. When both channels are hard-panned left and right, any source that is within this green area will sound like it is coming from that specific area. From as far as 20 feet away, the R88 captures detailed, balanced sound of an instrument section and supplements it with massive room tone.

This method yields a wide stereo spread with terrific natural tonality. For more information on how to do this, see Creating Secondary Buffers. However, if DirectSound must emulate hardware features in software, the mixer cannot achieve low latency, and a longer delay typically milliseconds occurs before the sound is reproduced.

When recording cello, try positioning the R88 between 1 and 4 feet in front of the instrument with the white line aimed directly at the center of it.

Because the two ribbon elements are perfectly in recommendedd with one another you can pan the two channels however you wish. Its far-field functionality and dual figure-of-8 polar patterns allow for the blending of the direct sound of your instrument with expansive, dimensional room sound. Is this page helpful?