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Originally Posted by voltronic ➡️
Oh, that's quite a bit narrower than I was expecting, but looks correct according to Williams' SZ measurements for how close the array is. 40 cm or so?
I think it was a 30cm AB. it should not be more because of the width of the organ.and the proximity of the mics
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When recording organ, so much of it is about recording the instrument in the space. I recorded a Cassevant organ that was a bit unusual in layout - the pipes were situated hard right and left of the nave, with none in the middle! As a result, I put omnis on tall stands in each of the aisles and then added a tall ORFT in the nave to kind of blend the stereo image. Worked OK I guess.
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