Mix 1 - (Group A)
A full room mix by Simon Rhodes, formed from the Tree and Outriggers with a curated blend of spots.
Use for luscious, rich passages.
MIX 2 - (Group A)
A tighter full mix by Simon Rhodes, formed from the 2nd Tree and Outriggers with a curated blend of spots. Use for faster, detailed sounds.
VINTAGE 1 - (Group B)
A unique pair of RM1B microphones paired with some classic ribbons to form a vintage scoring stage sound.
VINTAGE 2 - (Group B)
A Pair of classic ribbon microphones, placed by the conductor for a vintage scoring stage sound.
POP CLOSE - (Group C)
A mix of spot mics, panned centrally to give a flexible image that isn’t restricted to the orchestral layout.
POP ROOM -(Group C)
A dedicated room pair, located to represent the source centrally - use in conjunction with Pop Close.
Close - (Group D)
All spot mics summed together for the instruments being played.
TREE 1 - (Group D)
A decca tree formed of Abbey Road’s finest trio of classic valve omnidirectional microphones - the basis of your rich sound.
This is a great foundation for orchestral projects.
TREE 2 - (Group D)
A tighter, closer decca tree. Better suited for faster, more detailed material.
AMBIENT - (Group D)
Two omnidirectional microphones placed towards the rear of the room, higher than the Outriggers resulting in a nice room ambience.
Great for use in a 5.1 surround mix, or to add more space to a stereo mix.
OUTRIGGERS - (Group D)
Two omnidirectional microphones placed midway between the orchestra. Pair with either Tree to hear a wider image.
SPILL - (Group D)
A summation of spot microphones from sections not being played, useful for adding realism.