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  1. #11
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    Wow! Great pics Must have been awesome. May I ask who the folks are that were with you? The producer(s) perhaps ?

    Thanks for sharing


    dave.

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    Call it "What I did on my one-day LA vacation.
    Oooohh yeah, but what a vacation lynn !!!

    Must have been amazing...!!!

    Kind regards

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    Hey Lynn, what monitors were you using, I don't see any nearfeilds present ?

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    Originally posted by Tim Farrant:
    <STRONG>Hey Lynn, what monitors were you using, I don't see any nearfeilds present ?
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    Those are ATCs in the wall over my head. There are three in the front, L-C-R, and then there are smaller surround speakers in the back.
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    Wow....

    Everything must've been ...breathtaking as is the effect the pictures had on me.

    I think it's one of the experiences that change one engineer's life; I hope that down the road something similar will happen to me too (forgive my youth :p ), at least I'm working on it...

    Thanx for sharing Lynn

    L.G.
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    Nice slideshow Lynn, thanks for sharing it with us!

    Mike

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    thanks lynn - please give us a list of mics and preamps.
    jnorman
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    Originally posted by jnorman:
    <STRONG>thanks lynn - please give us a list of mics and preamps.</STRONG>
    I'm working on it.

    I just found a map of the Paramount lot. It will give you some idea of the size of the lot compared to the size of the studio. In the upper center of the map, you see a tiny square marked with an "M." That is the scoring stage where the pictures above were taken.

    http://www.paramountstudiogroup.com/...ap_stages.html

    [ July 13, 2003: Message edited by: 3D Audio Inc. ]
    Lynn Fuston
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    Here's the set up sheet from the session in LA.




    The instrumentation and miking was as follows.

    Room mics:

    Sennheiser MKH-20 ( x3) as Decca Tree over conductor's head.

    Neumann TLM-170 (x2) as outriggers far left and right to augment the stereo image of the Decca Tree.

    AKG C414 (x2) for surround mics. You can see them on top of the control room in the QT movie.

    Violin 1- KM-84 (x2)
    Violin 2- KM-84 (x2)
    Viola- MKH-40 (x2)
    Celli- U67 (x2) and U87 (x1)
    Double Bass- U47 (x3)

    Harp-Schoeps CMC-5
    Flute-Schoeps CMC-5
    Oboe-Schoeps CMC-5
    English Horn-Schoeps CMC-5
    Clarinet-MKH 40
    Bassoon-MKH 40
    Contrabassoon- MKH 40

    French Horns- U87 (x2)
    Trumpets- AEA R84 (x2)
    Trombones- U87 (x2)
    Tuba- TLM 170
    Tympani- U87 (x2)
    Percussion- AKG 451 (x3)


    All of the above mics went through the Neve VRP 96 console, with the exception of the Decca Tree, the two outriggers and the two surround mics that went through Millennia HV-3 preamps.

    [ July 15, 2003: Message edited by: 3D Audio Inc. ]
    Lynn Fuston
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    To 3D audio, Inc.:

    This was really fun to read and educational.

    While not nearly so important as the mics- preamps-and setup, what was the camera that produced these pleasing digi-photos!

    Regards,
    Mark
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