Feb 14, 2019
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Burbank, CA The Tabernacle Choir and Orchestra at Temple Square (formerly known as The Mormon Tabernacle Choir) uses a wide variety of Royer ribbon microphones to capture its performances for recording and worldwide broadcast. Broadcast Audio Engineer Jason Graham recently talked about his use of Royer microphones on the Tabernacle Choir and on choir and orchestra performances by the Millennial Choirs and Orchestras.
 
“When capturing the sound of a choir and orchestra, I want to stay as real as possible to the actual source,” Graham states. “Using Royers, I can help build a real connection with the musicians and the listener. Royer ribbons do an amazing job at fulfilling this desire for an organic, real sound. Their ability to capture an enormous dynamic range and still be quiet and subtle is really appealing to me. The stereo SF-24V is one of my favorite mics for this type of application. You can literally put it on anything from solo stringed instruments to a...
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