Jim Cox

Piano – SF-12 Stereo Ribbon

Engineer: Tommy Vicari
Recorded at Capitol Studios (B room), Los Angeles, CA

From The Majestic soundtrack.

Recording chain: One SF-12 through a Millennia preamp. EQ: 1 dB boost at 10K.

“Boogie Woogie Stomp” (Albert Ammons)

Arturo Sandoval’s “Trumpet Evolution”

Brass – R-121, R-122, SF-12
Trumpet – R-121, R-122
Trombone – R-121
Drum Overhead – SF-12
Room Mic – SF-12

Engineer: Al Schmitt, Producer: Gary Grant
Recorded at Capitol Studios (Studio A), Hollywood, CA.

Recording chain: All mics routed through an assortment of Mastering Lab, Neve and Studer tube mic preamps. Recorded to Pro Tools

One R-122 on Arturo Sandoval’s solo trumpet
Four R-121’s on the trumpets
Four R-121’s on the trombones
SF-12 overall big band room mic
SF-12 drum overhead

1) “Manteca” (Dizzy Gillespie, Fuller, O’Farrill, Pozo)

 

2) “Concerto for Cootie” (Duke Ellington)

 

3) “My Funny Valentine” (Hart, Rodgers)

 

Balkan Babes

Vocal Ensemble – SF-12

Recorded and mixed by Russell Dawkins
Recorded in The Belfry theatre in Victoria, BC, Canada.

12 piece vocal ensemble: One SF-12 positioned in the center of the group. Singers at the front and back of the mic, 6 ft from the microphone.

Recording chain: SF-12 into True Systems preamp (45 dB gain), into Metric Halo Mobile I/O 2.8.8.2 +DSP into Mac Powerbook G4.

“More, Moma Bega, Lele” (Traditional from Macedonia)