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How to Record Church Music

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July 26, 2010 12:46:13 PM

We have some equipment for recording our church but we do not seem to know the right way.
Should hook the organ to the main public address system to the congregation? Or should it be connected on a separate system and send to the public through the microphones on the stage?
Our church choir is a combination of orchestra and chorus.
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July 26, 2010 6:12:26 PM

do you have a sound board? If so (which it sounds like you do) You could split the output to 2 sources, the CD recorder, and the PA/Speaker system.
July 27, 2010 7:27:48 PM

lazyperson17 said:
do you have a sound board? If so (which it sounds like you do) You could split the output to 2 sources, the CD recorder, and the PA/Speaker system.


he sed ochestra, so probably that wouldnt work.
July 31, 2010 12:48:26 PM

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I'm not sure if i get your question right . but if you have any kind of effects for vocals and ... mics should go to effect device , then to speakers. organ is like that too ! and if the organ's sound is played in a big hall , recording it with micriophones provides you so much hoooooom sound. to get a clean sound you must record it from a short distance , then apply the reverb you want with another device .
if you want to mix the vocal sound and the organ sound , each microphone should go to a mixer , organ too . they go to mixer's input . and you can connect your speakers to mixer's output . I still think i missunderstood your problem :) 


i think you got it pretty much correct.
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