please find here short clips of recording a classical guitar (actually a flamenco guitar) with a classical piece (Lagrima by Tarrega).
M160 is obviously Byerdynamic ribbon hypercardioid (approx. 40 cm from guitar tworads 12th fret) and very close to it an Akg C460B (Jim WIlliams moded) with CK3 hypercardiod capsule, pointing parallel to M160.
The different takes are using diferent buffer amps like Churchpipes, FetHead and Cloudlifter as well as none. With the same front number is the simultaneous recording via AKG.
All records mono and mixed down to stereo after all being mono-normalized to -1.5dB to have comparable levels; no else processing whatsoever.
Here's the link:
https://www.dropbox.com/sh/0ymcywz7suy2 ... XZBCa?dl=0
let me know what you think, please!
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