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    Quote Originally Posted by DaveDuck View Post
    I've never had experience using a Jecklin disk, but am curious to know approximately how much high frequency loss is usual in this method.

    Kind regards,

    Dave
    it is a very natural method...it approximates the natural HF roll off of the human head/ears....Imaging is Superb, and low frequencies are tightened, and focused.

    HF loss is NO issue, I assure you.
    - on the level...

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    Just listened to this guitar recording. I didn't hear it when it was first posted 8 years ago. It's beautiful. Kudos.

    Quote Originally Posted by Fran Guidry View Post
    Rich, I am but a lowly amateur home recordist, but the J Disk has become my number one tool. I record fingerstyle solo steel string guitar. I've experimented with various X/Y and spaced cardioid techniques, spaced omnis, and other oddball arrangements, but when I tried the OSS method I immediately preferred the result.
    Here's a sample recording a friend made with my J Disk and a pair of Schoeps CMC62 mics. The mics are positioned quite close to the guitar to reduce room effects. The guitar is an especially nice small bodied steel string by Ed Claxton.

    http://www.dougyoungguitar.com/mp3/Bring_A_Torch.mp3

    Fran
    Lynn Fuston
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    Making beautiful music SEEM easy since 1979.

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    Thanks, Lynn, glad you enjoyed it. Doug has cut lots of nice tracks but that one is still probably my favorite. He used your PRE CD to choose his Great River.

    Fran

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fran Guidry View Post
    Thanks, Lynn, glad you enjoyed it. Doug has cut lots of nice tracks but that one is still probably my favorite. He used your PRE CD to choose his Great River.

    Fran
    I'm glad I could help. Sounds like he chose well.
    Lynn Fuston
    3D Audio

    Making beautiful music SEEM easy since 1979.

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