March 8th, 2013

Recording I have done using an Oktava Mk012 in a church. this has been mixed with an omni directional Lavalier placed at the end of the church.


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    RockYaSalsa 8 months, 1 week ago

    this is actually perfect for so many things- thank you so much!

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    TheRossu 8 months, 3 weeks ago


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    thedeadpoet 3 years, 7 months ago

    Would the dynamic mic channel some how cancel out the reverb? If so I'd love to hear. In the mean time I'll see what I can do with this beautiful sample of yours. If my efforts are in anyway decent I'll post a link. Thank you very much.

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    Ramston 3 years, 11 months ago

    Thanks Gario, she was actually singing into an oktava / shure sm58 beta and the lavalier far down in the church.
    The dynamic mic channel is not mixed in here, message me in case you need it, I will upload it, thanks for the comment.

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    Gario 4 years ago

    Mmm, okay I'll comment.

    This is a great recording of a solo voice. If I had to make a personal preference note on here, I'd like a more dry recording... but that's coming from someone who likes to take recordings and splices them into other personal tracks. The church reverb is actually superb, in it's own right - just not as easy to use, functionally.

    The vocal singing is very clean and crisp, so nice work projecting your voice. There is a slight tendency to go a little flat from time to time (leaps are often the culprit), but that's coming from someone who's trained to hear things like that. It's in no way a deal breaker, though - this was great.

    Thanks for the upload!

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