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Old 6th March 2014
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Brass & strings in small room

Hi folks! So here's my question -- I'd be grateful for any advice.

I have a nice home studio with a live room that is large for a project studio -- over 900 sq. feet with 20' vaulted ceilings and a 6' divider semi-partitioning part of the room -- but of course I am cursed with ambitions too great for my means. I need to record an ensemble with piano, 5 strings, three woodwinds and 5 brass instruments.

I am planning to spot mix each section, but I'm very concerned that the brass will still be overpowering in the room, especially with regard to the strings. I could record the brass as an overdub, but that presents other problems with ensemble cohesion.

What do you think I should do? Any good tips for positioning the sections cleverly to minimize bleed? I've got access to just about any type of mic, and have a number of gobos (and can always build more.)

Thanks for your thoughts!
Old 6th March 2014
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if you don't want to overdub you just need to think about using gobos and the nulls of ribbon mics to your advantage.
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