A Typical Field Kit
This is a typical kit that we'd take into the field for 2-track recording
work. It's a Great River preamplifier, which is the most tonally neutral
preamp I have found which still has excellent noise rejection, driving
a Prism AD-124 analog to digital converter. The primary recorder shown
here is an inexpensive Tascam DA-20 DAT recorder with a DA P-20 being used
as a backup. The NHT monitor speakers are being driven by a Nelson Pass
amplifier design that has been built into the chassis of an old Crown D-60
amp (and which uses the Crown D-60 power supply).
This kit, along with a small set of microphones, is our primary tool for
classical recording work.
We also have facilities for four and eight track field recording work,
as necessary for music festivals and concerts where the PA system plays
an important part in the overall sound.
Last updated September 21, 2000
Scott Dorsey (email@example.com)