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  1. I'm a high school choral director, and I need to capture the high sounds of soprano singers all the way down to the lowest notes of my bass singers. I've been using two pencil condensers to record them with for a few years now, but I'd like to know if it's recommended to use a combination of pencil mics for the high frequencies AND large diaphragm condensers to get the low frequencies. I usually place the recording mics toward the back of the auditorium (30 ft away from the choir to get ample reverb. If I use both styles of mics, would I need to change the distance to the sound source? Thanks! Rob