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An Introduction to Compression: Basic Compression - A free download from Audio Masterclass

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An inside view of the weirdest recording session ever, at the BBC!

Do microphones need rest?

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Better theatre sound through proper loudspeaker placement

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Recordings of acoustic guitar by Audio Masterclass students

Audio Masterclass students make recordings to compare their microphones. Here are a few of acoustic guitar..

Audio Masterclass students are invited to make recordings of whatever instruments they have available and send them in for assessment, comments and grading. This video features a number of interesting recordings of acoustic guitar.

Each recording was made using two microphones positioned as close together as possible. This makes it possible to compare the differences in sound texture of the mics.

I don't need to say more. Just listen...

By David Mellor Wednesday July 8, 2015