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Re: Recording of string chamber music where each instrument is recorded separately.

Hi Sara,

I have a few recording from our quartet-in-residence here in College, but not sure that the recordings might be useful to you: specifically, I'm not sure what you mean by recorded separately?  I'm guessing that what you'd like is for the 4 instruments to be recorded in isolation (of each other) on separate tracks?  Short of separate booths in a recording studio, all I can offer is cardioids 'on-target', but even then, the signals are 'mixed down' with spaced or single omnis in the final (stereo) mix - the audio mastering in 'classical' music tends to try an preserve the acoustics of the performing venue - Chapel, Hall, etc. - so may not be much use to you?


On 21 Jan 2013, at 09:53, Sara Miay Kim Madsen <smkm2@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:

Dear list,

I’m looking for a recording of a string quartet, trio or quintet where the instruments are recorded separately or almost separately. It is to be used for one of the studies for my PhD, which is concerned with music and hearing aids.  I thank you in advance. 

All the best,


Sara Miay Kim Madsen
PhD Student, Auditory Perception Group
Department of Psychology
Cambridge University