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    I thought it was interesting how they had draped the entire stage left balcony - that's some absorption!

    Question about the Calumet stand: what additional pieces do you need to mount mics to the top of it?

    Question about OSS: what's the sonic difference between the Jecklin and Schneider discs? I see that the Schneider has a sphere in the center, similar to a human head. How does this differ from a straight sided Jecklin?

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    Default Just recorded 2nd concert

    Hi folks,

    I turns out when I went to the rehearsal for the Nov. concert I suffered a heart attack and ended up in the hospital catheter lab getting a stent implanted. I'm doing fine, but haven't recorded anything until last weekend. I recorded the 2nd performance of the Veronika Qt series on 3/21 and 3/22. I'll ask their permission to post some excerpts to get feedback.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CootCraig View Post
    Hi folks,

    I turns out when I went to the rehearsal for the Nov. concert I suffered a heart attack and ended up in the hospital catheter lab getting a stent implanted. I'm doing fine, but haven't recorded anything until last weekend. I recorded the 2nd performance of the Veronika Qt series on 3/21 and 3/22. I'll ask their permission to post some excerpts to get feedback.
    Whoah!

    Hope you recover and keep on with recording fine music.

    Get well and keep us posted.

    Cheers,

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haigbabe View Post
    Whoah!

    Hope you recover and keep on with recording fine music.
    Amen to that.
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    Our prayers are with you and hope you're feeling better.
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    Could there be a link between classical recording and cardiac problems?

    Rich (who recently underwent a bit of cardiothoracic inconvenience)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Mays View Post
    Could there be a link between classical recording and cardiac problems?

    Rich (who recently underwent a bit of cardiothoracic inconvenience)
    Rich,

    Good to see you back in the saddle. And on the computer.
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    My standard response is that it is nice to be seen and not viewed. I have been back at it for several weeks, although the doctors have said I cannot lift anything more than 5 pounds for a while. I must admit to getting rather fond of watching others carry all the rack cases!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Mays View Post
    Could there be a link between classical recording and cardiac problems?

    Rich (who recently underwent a bit of cardiothoracic inconvenience)
    I hope not, but, then again, I had a bit of such inconvenience myself. Weird. I'm doing fine now, hoping to get full use of my left arm over the next few weeks. Now, I just need to dig up some new projects - it's been really slow the last 7 months. Fortunately, I've got the "day job" to pay the bills.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TonemeisterW View Post
    Now, I just need to dig up some new projects - it's been really slow the last 7 months. Fortunately, I've got the "day job" to pay the bills.
    This is a good time to be so "fortunate."
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