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    It's a brand new Fuji FinePix S602Z.



    I've had it less than a month. I just found out it's discontinued though.

    I've been very impressed with it so far. It is capable of a 6 megapixel image, but the ones you are seeing are only a normal res 3M.

    It does quite well in low light, at the expense of long shutter times, so a tripod is advised. But it has lots of controls and menus and buttons, so it's great for an engineer.

    [ July 26, 2003: Message edited by: 3D Audio Inc. ]
    Lynn Fuston
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    Much thanks for information on the digital camera.
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    Mark Kramer
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    This room was torn down in 2007. Sad.

    Quote Originally Posted by 3daudioinc View Post
    Here's a few pictures. I also put together a 5M QuickTime movie (slide show really) I'll be posting soon.

    Here's what it looks like sitting at the Neve VRP 96 at Paramount looking into the studio.




    Here's the room with the players during a rundown. You can see the Decca Tree over the conductor's head. You can't see the violins or harp player to the conductor's left. The french horns are directly beyond the conductor in this photo. The wind players are behind the violists right in the center of the photo. Far left rear of the room is the most excellent tympanist, Vanessa, with the remaining percussion behind the baffles behind the woodwinds. Beyond the double basses in this picture are the trombones and the trumpets are behind them.





    Here's the left side of the room where you can see the violinists. In this shot you can clearly see both of the front microphones on tall stands (TLM-170s), that were used to broaden the sound pickup from the Decca Tree.





    And here's me, honored and humbled to be sitting at the helm in such a wonderful historic soundstage as this.



    [ July 10, 2003: Message edited by: 3D Audio Inc. ]
    Lynn Fuston
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    Where is the Like button

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    Hypothetical question… If there were a grand piano on this session what mike's might you have used and placement as well? Also… when you record a classical session do you perfer to have the piano lid off? On a session of this size does the engineer have any say in how the Orch sets up? Amazing session, Lynn!

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    Glad you like.

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