I'm sound designing a movie and in conversations with the director, Robert Altman emerged. I know that Altman was a director that was revolutionary in terms of sound. He was one of the first moviemakers that used many channels for a movie and the dialog of his movies have a huge refinement for improvisation since he had so many channels that he could mix it in many ways.
But do you know some methods to capture this kind of scene with good quality? Do you know the method that he used either? And if he used lavalier too? because I haven't realy been happy with lavalier sound, since they arent really good with high and low tones.