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Flash mob in the Copenhagen Metro. Copenhagen Phil playing Peer Gynt.
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tamlin
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Great video Tamlin! What a great way to start your day (live concert).
I noticed that everyone had a smile. thumbs-up
Thanks for posting it.

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I know a few of those musicians. Have played a few times with the Sjællands Symfoniorkester. Thanks for the link. The audio quality sounded too good to have been done in the train though...

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I agree... sounded like a quiet recording studio with a really good audio/visual editor doing the splicing...thumbs-up1st-place

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I have to say, it doesn't sound anything like my recording studio. rofl

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Fiddlerman said
I know a few of those musicians. Have played a few times with the Sjællands Symfoniorkester. Thanks for the link. The audio quality sounded too good to have been done in the train though...

"Produced by http://makropol.dk/

The sound: The Copenhagen Metro is very quiet and the recording you hear is where the train is standing still. That's why the recording you hear is so clean and crisp - and the sound is actually surprisingly good in the Copenhagen metro. We did this deliberately because we feel that a good sound experience is vital when trying to portray the actual experience that day. Further to the main recording, when the train was standing still, the recordings from the cameras was, as far as possible, mixed into the sound.

Quote from the sound technician: I recorded the sound with XY Oktava MK-012 supercardioid microphones close to the soloists and a set of DPA 4060 omnidirectional microphones as overhead for the rest of the orchestra. For some of the closeupshots, the cameramikes (Sennheiser ME 66) was added."

Lovely video and music. Must've been one very quiet train.

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Cool! Love that kind of flashmobs =) !

thumbs-up Thanks for the video, Tamlin!

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HeadCheese said

Fiddlerman said
I know a few of those musicians. Have played a few times with the Sjællands Symfoniorkester. Thanks for the link. The audio quality sounded too good to have been done in the train though...

"Produced by http://makropol.dk/

The sound: The Copenhagen Metro is very quiet and the recording you hear is where the train is standing still. That's why the recording you hear is so clean and crisp - and the sound is actually surprisingly good in the Copenhagen metro. We did this deliberately because we feel that a good sound experience is vital when trying to portray the actual experience that day. Further to the main recording, when the train was standing still, the recordings from the cameras was, as far as possible, mixed into the sound.

Quote from the sound technician: I recorded the sound with XY Oktava MK-012 supercardioid microphones close to the soloists and a set of DPA 4060 omnidirectional microphones as overhead for the rest of the orchestra. For some of the closeupshots, the cameramikes (Sennheiser ME 66) was added."

Lovely video and music. Must've been one very quiet train.

Maybe even the train was awestruck haha.

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