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    Quote Originally Posted by Contratrombone64 View Post
    Janne - that's a beautiful church. No doubt about it, you Lutherans really know how to make thinks bleak and unadorned look absolutely stylish!

    Yepp! it's a nice church and fantastic organ.

    It's seems like im gone buy a pair of DPA 4003, so in a near future Markus and i will record a cd in that church

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    I'm not sure why you would not buy the microphones you used in your recording.
    Judging from the brilliant sound you captured, I would try to buy a matched pair.
    I have had great success using a matched pair of Bruel & Kjaer mics. ( I think their owned by DPA now) also you might try a set of Neumann's. Due to the high price tag of these tools, I would suggest trying them out first to see if they capture the sound your looking for. It was a real treat for me to listen to your recordings!
    Keep up the good work! Are there pictures of the organ you used for the recordings?

    Thanks

    Rob

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    Oops, sorry. I did not read all the posts

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    Quote Originally Posted by robmcw View Post
    I'm not sure why you would not buy the microphones you used in your recording.
    Judging from the brilliant sound you captured, I would try to buy a matched pair.
    I have had great success using a matched pair of Bruel & Kjaer mics. ( I think their owned by DPA now) also you might try a set of Neumann's. Due to the high price tag of these tools, I would suggest trying them out first to see if they capture the sound your looking for. It was a real treat for me to listen to your recordings!
    Keep up the good work! Are there pictures of the organ you used for the recordings?

    Thanks

    Rob

    Yepp it's that organ!

    I have four more test recordings with DPA 4003 on that same organ, but i have to ask Markus what he is say if i put these files out.
    This recordings is also made only in 20-35 minutes, and nothing is prepare he just sat down and start improvise on my order

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    I will agree with Contra. That was beautiful! If you look at my avatar
    with a spy glass you will see what kind of organ I used to play.
    judy tooley

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    Mics

    Have You tried Sennheiser MKH 20's? They have an omnidirectional polar pattern and a perfectly flat frequency response from as low as 12 Hz to 20000 Hz. And very low self-noise. And they cost about half of the price of those mics You have presented here. I pair of these hangs from the ceiling of my church, about 10 m from the organ, and they are frequently used for rehearsals and CD recordings.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FinnViking View Post
    Have You tried Sennheiser MKH 20's? They have an omnidirectional polar pattern and a perfectly flat frequency response from as low as 12 Hz to 20000 Hz. And very low self-noise. And they cost about half of the price of those mics You have presented here. I pair of these hangs from the ceiling of my church, about 10 m from the organ, and they are frequently used for rehearsals and CD recordings.
    Hi!

    No i have not try out the MKH 20, but the new MKH 8020 is in my test recording library.

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    Now you can listen to two files with DPA 4003.

    https://lagring.storegate.se/User/Fi...&Folder=675391

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