Recording Services FAQs
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- What ensemble concerts are regularly recorded?
- What is the difference between the standard stereo setup and a multi-channel recording?
- How long does it take to get my finished product?
- What is the procedure for a session recording?
- What if I don’t use the whole session time I signed up and paid for?
- What’s the difference between one camera and two or three?
- What are my options for video labeling/graphics/intro page/etc?
- I am not a music student. Can you record my demo?
- What is Live Sound Reinforcement? Do I need it?
- I need to send a copy of my recital to the Grad Office for graduation. Can you help?
- What do I do if I need something done ASAP?
- Where do you record?
- Can you LiveStream my recital?
- Do you have a studio?
- I didn’t see the engineer! Was my recital recorded?
- Do you lend out equipment?
What is the difference between the standard stereo setup and a multi-channel recording?
The standard stereo setup includes a pair of high-quality condenser microphones specially selected to capture your performance. For most recitals, this is the preferred option. For multi-instrument recitals where some instruments are acoustic and others are amplified (such as jazz recitals) balance may be a concern. A multi-channel recording allows additional microphones to be set up to capture individual instruments for later adjustment. Keep in mind that choosing a multi-channel recording will increase your post-production time and may delay you receiving your finished product. - See more at: http://music.msu.edu/recording-services/faqs#sthash.p4C0h3wN.dpuf