Recording the Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square & Millennial Choirs and Orchestras with Royer

Jason Graham, Recording and Broadcast Engineer for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints, explains how he uses ribbon mics when recording The Tabernacle Choir at Temple Square (formerly Mormon Tabernacle Choir) and also The Millennial Choirs and Orchestras.

Preamplifier and placement information is included in the video. The songs featured in the video are included below in their entirety. 

Mics used:

SF-24V: Choir, Oipe Organ, Room
SF-2: Choir
SF-24: Sections
R-122V: Strings
R-121 Harp
dBooster: support Woodwind mics

Amazing Grace

Be Still My Soul

Bile Them Cabbage Down

Come, Come Ye Saints

Erlkonig

Coro Stella Alpina

Choir – SF-12

Recorded live by Marco Olivotto and Heliut Blais.
Recorded at Sala delle Mostre – Comune di Lavarone (TN) Italy.

Recording chain: One SF-12 stereo ribbon mic positioned for X-Y recording, to a Millennia Media HV-3 preamp. Recorded to an Alesis M20 at 20-bit, 44.1kHz. Imported into Pro Tools 24, then dithered to 16-bit with Waves Ultramaximizer L1+. No EQ, compression or reverb.

 

“Gli Aizimpoineri” (traditional),┬ásung by┬áCoro Stella Alpina