Good ol’ church reverb

Foucault Pendulum

Everyone’s favorite. I’ve never recorded anything in a church actually (although we all know now that it’s the way to success), tonight was a first… first time I drank some alcohol in a church too, and that was certainly not mess wine. So, yes, the place : not a church anymore, but the Musée des Arts et Métiers, where I was graciously invited by a friend who helped put together an Enki Bilal exhibition. Tonight was the opening.

I only brought the Sony PCM-M10 as I wasn’t sure how the security would react to me packing the dual mic set… I sort of regret it now. I guess I’ll have to go back, but it was a nice occasion to capture some random posh chatter in a church place. Be aware that the M10 is not match to the quality of the D50, but it still does the job. Also there was a Foucault pendulum, which is always a cool thing to see.

I like the talkie walkie at 0:40, it sounds like a distorted guitar :

Recorded with Sony PCM-M10

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