Skip to content. Skip to navigation
About- Wiki- Podcasts- Google Maps- Members- Contact us

The next generation
surround sound experience,
by the enthusiasts, for the
home theatre.
Personal tools
> Home Members LenM Triptych Trio - Haydn, Trio in D Major, Hoboken XV:16
Triptych Trio - Haydn, Trio in D Major, Hoboken XV:16

This Haydn flute/cello/piano trio was performed by Triptych at the JCC on the Palisades, in Tenafly, New Jersey (USA) on April 22, 2010. Triptych is Beth Robin (piano), Wendy Stern (flute) and Frances Rowell (cello). This concert was recorded using a Core Sound TetraMic and Edirol R44. The flute and the cello were in front on the stage, roughly eight feet apart. The pianist was centered behind them, around 10 feet back. TetraMic was placed on the center line between the flute and cello, roughly 8 feet from both of them, at roughly their head level. The R44 Level controls were set at 9 o'clock, and the Sensitivity controls were set to -44. I recorded a calibration tone using a Behringer CT-100 to each of the four channels in turn. In post-production I matched levels across the four channels to roughly .01 dB. The concert hall seats roughly 150 people and acoustically is quite dead. It has no appreciable reverberation, though it does have some rough slapback echoes which are not too obvious in this recording. The Blumlein stereo decode is quite nice. Read an interview with Triptych here:
Listen (binaural preview)
No image uploaded
Creative Commons, Noncommercial, No Derivative Works

Ambisonic (*.amb)
5.1 (DTS wav)

Binaural Surround (mp3)

Stereo (UHJ) (wav)

total downloads: 164
Order: F (4 ch) 1st order 3D
Microphone name: Core Sound TetraMic
Type of array: tetrahedral
Type of capsule: cardioid
Recording device: Edirol R44 four channel flash memory recorder
Callibration: Calibrated tone, matching in post