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Bidirectional mic for baritone & piano

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  • Bidirectional mic for baritone & piano

    What would you folks recommend for a single bidirectional mic to record a singer (baritone, me) sitting at an upright piano? I'm asking this to remove ignorance more than to write up a shopping list, so price is unimportant.

    if it's useful, here's what I sound like through an AT 4033.

    Thanks

    Hi Mom!

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    Hi Mom!

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        Well, if you're looking for a very good sounding three pattern LC mic that won't cost you an arm and a leg, take a look at the Studio Projects B3.  It's pretty neutral sounding, well-built, and won't break the bank.  :robotwink:

        http://www.studioprojectsusa.com/b3.html

        <div class="signaturecontainer">My band &quot;The Executives&quot; website : <a href="http://www.theexecutivesmusic.com" target="_blank">TheExecutivesMusic.com</a></div>

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        • Snaporaz
          Snaporaz commented
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          won't work

          you need to record the piano in stereo, and your voice with an additional microphone as single channel

           

          so you need three microphones, or one stereo mic and one 'single channel' mic



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