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Talk about a "forest" of Microphones...

See https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V-77sjOWCkQ

FWIW
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Outstanding pick up and blend. It don't think the number of mics is unusual especially in a stone cathedral. They used the mics for clarity. The string parts are not that loud and need help to be heard well.

Soloist has worked and practiced many scores of hours to offer that performance. Bravo!
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Delicious control for one so young.
However anyone who cannot sing in Wales must leave...
They all go to London.
Great balance.
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Great camera work and video editing, too. And at 2:29, the guy in the middle in the mauve shirt... they don't come any Welsher than that.
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Amazing tone, control and accuracy of pitch! Really well done all around--nice balance.
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Originally Posted by Brent Hahn ➡️
Great camera work and video editing, too. And at 2:29, the guy in the middle in the mauve shirt... they don't come any Welsher than that.
Hi Bret,

Cai (treble) might be welsh but the recording was done in Croydon, London in England (a different country) and the woman singer is part of the Pegasus Chamber choir who are also based in London; I suppose she might be welsh but I don't know her.

I agree with Plush on this one, the setup is about what i would have gone for if I were engineering/producing this track; perhaps maybe a few less choir spots but in the same ball-park...

Fantastic sound in a very muddy (acoustically) space.
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Another "Forest of Microphones" with social distancing. Note the pair of B&W speakers in front of the orchestra and the main microphones in a "Decca Tree" configuration. I assume the speakers are for the organ amplification.
One can do a lot of amazing recordings if they have the money and the skills...

Here is the clip https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6Rq6G9n4oRw
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