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I suggest that you do some research into absorption coefficients and look for materials with a low absorption coefficient. If you need further detail I suggest you look at the Master Handbook of Acoustics: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Master-Handbook-Acoustics-Alton-Everest/dp/0071603328


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You will want a violin pickup rather than a mic. A pickup clips to the violin itself and will work more reliably than having to play in to a mic. You will want to use a direct boxes for both the acoustic guitar (assuming it already has an unbalanced pickup (1/4" jack)) and the keyboard. This will let you get to a balanced signal more quickly that will ...


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There is no single system that will provide you with that many channels and mics out of the box. The highest count I've seen is 12, and that was analog which I can't recommend due to noise susceptibility. To get beyond the normal 4 or 8 channels per box, you simply buy more of the same system, which leads me to the point: Make sure that the system you buy ...


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Is there something from physically stopping you, no, a Y splitter will do the job (you will need on for each channel though). You can also get powered splitters which are not made for anything specific but will just give you 2 clean output from one input. As mentioned it will sound terrible and that comes back to why you would do this in the first place. ...


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