how far behind a 30 person choir would you need to place a L1 mod 2 to get the sound around them.
Or is to the side better. this is the way we set up.
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Your sketch looks like you are on the right track, L1 beside, not behind.
we got to put it behind us in one rehearsal,(10') behind last row, best sound yet for soloists.didn't have condensers so that's another thing to consider
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would the audix m1250b be a good consideration for a choir. i realise your not involved in choir set ups, but your knowledge on all thing here is always worth reading
I don't have any direct experience with this microphone Audix M1250b but it looks to be a family of microphones and a system more than an individual unit. Lots of choices with respect to polar patterns and mountings. Do you have a local retailer who will allow you to give the unit a test-run?
Were you thinking of using the long boom suspended over the choir?
How many of these were you planning to use?
How wide is the choir (left to right)?
yes i was reading about the different catridiges,caridiod, hyper c,etc.the local dealer is where we bought L1 system, he is the agent for audix also, he doesn't have this particular mic on his website, but i'm sure he could get them.Actually watched a video on the Audix website on how to mic a choir,very informative,believe it or not there is actually a system. check it out.the long boom is a better fit for us.
Acording to the vid one mic per 20 people, so two should do it.
the choir is 12 people wide at front (widest)
two rows of 10 behind
Do you have a link to the video? I'd like to watch that.
I was curious so I did some digging. Interesting so far...
thanks mark that's the one. nice little bit of kit
Anyone ever use the audix m1250b, or could tell me more about them
The Audix microboom series is a great tool, especially for working with choirs. Essentially you choose the length of boom needed and then pick the capsule that has the pick up pattern required for the room.
I am an Audix contractor/dealer (figured I should be up front about that as well).
This may help as well:
how do you know the pickup pattern required.
also what's a good set up for 2 audix om2 thru a peavey desk into a L1 mod 2
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