If the whole hall after one third of the concert jumps off their seats and starts dancing, you have probably not done everything wrong as a sound engineer:) Jools Holland with the fantastic vocalists Ruby Turner, Louise Marshall and Mabel Ray and George Latham on drums @ the beautiful Lehar Theater in Bad Ischl.
We used different amps, like Fender Deluxe Reverb, Vox AC30, Marshall 50 Plexi and Schekter and a RM BIV ribbon-mic from Russia, plugged to a Siemens V276 preamp. For acoustic guitar the chain – Nevaton MC51->Siemens V276 preamp ->WSW 601430S compressor/limiter was used in 80% of the songs, the rest we recorded with an original Telefunken U47 -> V276 preamp
Interesting workshop about procedures for complex sound reinforcement of orchestras with soloists, band and choir – spectral panorama – room simulation – mirror image source at the Yamaha Music Hall, Vienna. With Carsten Kümmel and Univ.-Prof. Dipl.-Tm. Ulrich VETTE.
Thanks to SEA distribution and Klangfarbe/Vienna we had the possibility to get a hands-on workshop with the new AVID-consoles and the great support of Korn FOH engineer Marco Vujovic.
This legendary and fabulous sounding device is from now on available in our studios.
Photo (C) Anna-Maria Loeffelberger I had the pleasure to record the fantastic Pia Douwes (NL) for the production Dr.Dolittle (with Uwe Kroeger) at „Salzburger Landestheater“. Musical director: Robin Davis, Director: Andreas Gergen
EXPERIENCES WITH THE NEVATON BPT MICROPHONE AT THE SALZBURG FESTIVAL – RECORDING CONCERTS AND OPERAS AT “FELSENREITSCHULE”.
One of the tasks of sound-engineers at the Salzburg Festival is to make live-recordings of the performances. This recordings are often used by radio and tv-stations and are important for the archive of the Salzburg Festival. This “in-house recordings” are realized with only three microphones – one Nevaton BPT and two outriggers (Schoeps CCM4, cardioid) which are installed quite far