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When I heard Keith Johnson speak at one of the CA Audio Shows. . .

. . . I got the impression that, in his preparation for each recording he did, he was clearly of the "no one size fits all" persuasion. He talked about getting a lay of the land for each hall, how the orchestra was going to be seated, what piece they were going to record (and going over each score and checking where there might be possible problem areas), etc. - all these factors affected how he would set up for each recording. So I guess that with all these variables (and despite the fine consistency of Johnson's results), it might be easier said than done to copy his techniques?

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