I have recorded several amateur choral concerts with a Zoom H2n using the built-in mics. As Augustine says, the results can be remarkably good. I prefer to use a 'proper' Ambisonic mic - in my case either a Brahma or an Octava (one day I'll buy better mics; but the Brahma is remarkably good) - with some additional spot mics. But really the Zoom is often good enough.


On 09/04/2018 20:22, Oddity Medium wrote:
Pros and cons of doing ambisonics with H2N? Has anyone of you tried?

I can thikn of one pro - its cheap :=D


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