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View Poll Results: how does the use of stereo recording apply to your mix?
I always record with more than one stereo pair
5 Votes - 38.46%
I always record with a single stereo pair
7 Votes - 53.85%
I never record with a stereo pair
0 Votes - 0%
I often use mono room mics that I process in stereo
1 Votes - 7.69%
I create fake stereo with processing in mix
0 Votes - 0%
Voters: 13. You may not vote on this poll

Old 20th October 2002
Registered User
🎧 20 years
stereo recording...

In the spirit of mixing something based around a pair of room mics, felt like seeing how many of you rely up stereo in your microphone placement, and how many just stereo process it up in mix...

I personally often have a stereo pair in the studio, for the drummer, or on a remote. It's a thing of mine that I just can't do without. When I see a band doing a remote, and they are only taking the directs from the console - it kinda makes me shiver to see no room mics going on...

so lets take a poll:
Old 22nd October 2002
Registered User
🎧 20 years
unless I am missing something....

are you all recording in quad or 5.1 or higher?
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