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    Hello folks,

    Would like to know what would be the best sounding way to go about recording something like this? Stick a lavalier and hope for the best?
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    Need details.

    Room size?

    Number of people speaking?

    Questions from audience?

    Required result?

    To picture?

    Give us a clue.

    More details = better answer.

    Cheers,
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    Default Re: Recording Teaching Sessions

    Most likely a microphone into some sort of recorder in the relevant room.

    NB. Put the microphone in the same room as the session near the speaker(s).

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    Default Re: Recording Teaching Sessions

    Stick a lavalier and hope for the best?

    Nice approach,,,,,,,,,i liked that
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    Default Re: Recording Teaching Sessions

    probably a lav on the instructor. perhaps a room mic for questions, and you put each of these two things on the two tracks of a stereo recorder and then only mix in the classroom mic for questions, but use the instructor mic as the basis of the recording.
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    Default Re: Recording Teaching Sessions

    Thanks for the pointers everyone I like Paul's idea of two mics. Will keep this in consideration.

    Client has not given any information so I have no idea on the venue, size and other details but I did want the best method to obtain the best results possible given "ideal" conditions.

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