How to Record Strings With the N8

Audio Samples and Techniques Using the AEA N8

Because of the N8’s open, natural character and expansive tonal range, it is the ideal mic to capture string instruments, quartets, ensembles, and orchestras. Its far-field functionality and figure-of-8 polar pattern allow for the blending of the direct sound of your instrument with expansive, dimensional room sound.

Below are articles that feature audio samples and techniques to use with the N8 when recording different string instruments.

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How To Record Violin and Viola With the N8

Audio samples and techniques for tracking violins and violas with the N8.