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Mic Placement for Voice & Flutes.

Regardless of what style of recording you will be doing, if you fail to meet these simple requirements, YOU WILL MOST LIKELY FAIL! Recording audio is easy if you just follow a few rules. If you skip them, then your audio will suffer.
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Mic Placement for Voice & Flutes.

Post: # 10Post Dana
Wed Mar 28, 2018 3:31 am

I am not a musician but I do play around with the drums and bass. I follow this guy on YT called CaneMajor. He is a flutist. Well, really he is a master of flutes. He made a great video showing how mic placement can effect your voice as well as your flute. This is a short video and is well worth watching.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=T-vzy6aLAGw



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