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  2. VAS

    Sonosax SX-R4+

    Yeap My suggestion was: - Twelve faders (100mm) - Twelve rotary pots (trim, pan, output level / user adjustability) - Dedicated Solo / PFL buttons - Transport controls (record, play, stop, pause, timecode, metadata / user adjustability) - Power via Hirose or AA batteries - Slate & Tone Switcher - No plastic - Not necessary the same size as R4+ It's not necessary to be the same size as R4+, based most cart mixers has 1U rack receivers or monitors installed to their carts. Cantarem II is a good example; but dedicated transport controls, trim pots and PFL is something crucial is a mixing surface.
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  4. hobbiesodd

    The New Sanken CS-M1 microphone

    Eric, When are they available for sale? Cheers, Evan Meszaros
  5. Derek H

    Sonosax SX-R4+

    Too small I’d say. Better to focus on the full featured panel first.
  6. Jay Rose

    Advice for a novice

    To expand Constantin's post: Any gun is going to have a lobe at 180 degrees. Maximum rejection for most of these mics is at 120 degrees. The biggest quality difference between different guns is how -flat- the response is from off-axis. That's where reflections in a small room or close to the ceiling can give you problems.
  7. Philip Perkins

    CAS Podcast 1 - David MacMillan and William Kaplan with Peter Devlin

    The lengths Bill Kaplan described going to to quiet the sets of "Unstoppable" and "Crimson Tide" (among others) ....does anyone get to do that these days?
  8. VAS

    Sonosax SX-R4+

  9. Johnny Karlsson

    Beyerdinamic 1350

    1350. Make sure to get the version with a coiled cable (alleviates cable noise transferring to the cups).
  10. chrismedr

    Sonosax SX-R4+

    works for me: SONOSAX LC8+ control surface with faders for the SX-R4+. We have many request for a control surface, and we are working on. We have 2 options for this accessory, a small and compact with limited figures, or a most complete, but for sure, it will be bigger. We attach a drawing of the first and compact option, on the same size of the SX-R4+. This device will come with an connector box, to be able to use on the following possibilities: - SONOSAX SX-R4+ with LC8+ - SONOSAX SX-R4+ with AD8+ and LC8+ - SONOSAX SX-R4+ with RC8+ and LC8+ Please, tell us what do you think of this project, if for you is realistic, or too limited. With our best regards
  11. Derek H

    Sonosax SX-R4+

    Link isn’t working for me.
  12. AlbertoGarciaAltez

    Beyerdinamic 1350

    Beyerdinamic 1350 vs Sennheiser hd25
  13. Rob Stalder

    This could be me & my foldup cart...

    Some pics of the extenders on the Foldup cart rear uprights... Also pic of DD cart dual monitor mount on Foldup cart top removable shelf. This will have to be retrofitted by owners. Screws will be supplied.
  14. I totally do not understand what you are saying. Avid has mono or stereo tracks (And stereo is only used for already finished mixes). You cannot put multiple input tracks in one track. Could post make screenshots like we're in 1998 or something? Do send me a testfile, I'm a seasoned Avid editor, and I highly doubt this is a bug.
  15. JAX

    Sonosax SX-R4+

    Hello, Here some informations about the control surface: https://www.facebook.com/sonosax/posts/1724824807609533
  16. These are great. There’s never any real estate left on cameras for sound gear these days.
  17. Nice Jordan, I love the entrepreneurial spirit. Wishing you much success!
  18. Hey Philip! Thanks so so much for your interest! Yes indeedie! On the aluminum Ecto Plates all the holes are threaded. On the 2x4 you've got 26x female threaded 1/4-20 holes (9mm on center "Red" spacing), 4x 1/4" pass-through channels, and one center 3/8-16 hole (with Arri-style anti-rotation pin receivers). On the 3x3 it's a slightly different layout...34x 1/4-20 holes, 2x pass-through channels, and the same center threaded 3/8-16 hole (w/ pin holes). I love the idea of using a nano clamp! It would be totally easy to bolt an Ecto Plate directly to one of those clamps to add functionality. Also keep in mind that on the carbon fiber plates you've got two additional female threaded 1/4-20 holes built into the mounting block. This allows you to place the plate on the end of a clamp or noga arm and open up the kind of options you're talking about. So psyched to hear you're into the designs. Hope to see you're pre order in my inbox soon! best, Jordan
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  20. Jose Frias

    Gear Appraisal

    Text me, let's talk. I did something similar for my current company.
  21. resoNate3973

    How did they capture this audio? [BBC 1979]

    It seems like they are definitely recording a separate feed of the wireless phone, don't you think? Those hard wave blips in the blooper scene wouldn't be picked up that way via microphone. The hallway walk n talk sounds like a boom to me. At 0:50 it sounds like what could be wireless RF clicking due to reception loss after he gets in the car (in the case that they weren't overdubbing his audio). Though, I'm not familiar with older wireless systems and don't know what typical dropouts sounded like. Overall the audio is very consistent, especially at the end. The hardest scenes for me to figure out are the book shelf filing bit and near the end when is walking up the path facing camera. We can hear his audio isn't 'brought up' until a couple seconds in. ie. 4:34 "the only..." To me it sounds like a boom lacking presence, before fading up the lav. It doesn't seem like the lav mic is hidden in the phone because of the way he is waving it around during the above shot^ (4:30). My 2 cents... Cool clip though.
  22. Constantin

    Advice for a novice

    That‘s the quirk of the polar pattern. Lots of other mics have that same quirk, too.
  23. resoNate3973

    Taping mics to chest

    😂😂😂 He's ready for a stereo rig!
  24. Way cool. Are all those holes in the metal plates threaded? If so, I'm in! I've made several plates like this for myself but yours are much nicer. One suggestion: a version with a NanoClamp or similar rubber-jacket-jaw-grabber device instead of the simple bolt. I often end up using the crappy plates I made for myself this way, grabbing lens-rails, pan handles or top handles etc...
  25. As Jeff Sessions says (about something entirely different) "Zero tolerance." D.
  26. truelife

    Wisycom w/ Micplexer 2 + SNA600a?

    Thanks, Frido. I meant interference. I was just curious if this was a popular combo that people had used...
  27. Hello Lovely JWsound community! My name is Jordan Levie and, in addition to being a local NYC camera assistant, I am the owner and operator of backpackrig.com a small upstart camera support accessories company. We started with a backpack rig for handheld shooting, but just this week we've released a new accessory mounting product that I think will be very appealing to the cinema sound department. It's called ECTO PLATE: a simple, super lightweight plate with retractable/removable Arri-style anti-twist pins. Check out all the details here: https://www.backpackrig.com/ectoplate/ AVAILABLE FOR PRE-ORDER NOW! Ecto Plate is available in 2"x4" and 3"x3", and offers an easy way to quickly and cleanly add just a few inches of precious flat mounting space to your build. Perfect for: Timecode boxes Audio Receivers Cinetape Readouts Wireless HD Transmitters Made from carbon fiber and aircraft-grade aluminum, Ecto Plate is lightweight but sturdy. Retractable/removable Arri-style anti-rotation pins allow quick and secure mounting that won't sag or wiggle loose. Just back out the captive pins with a standard allen wrench and Ecto Plate mounts flush on any top handle, cage, or cheese-plate. Ecto Plate CF comes with 3/8-16 (captive) and 1/4-20 mounting screws as well as two female 1/4-20 holes. Bolt your plate directly to the side back or top of the camera when mounting a small accessory box, or get creative and put Ecto Plate on the end of an Noga/isralie/magic arm for a multitude of other uses. Ecto Plate AL also has both 3/8-16 (captive) and 1/4-20 mounting screws plus a bevy of 1/4-20 holes, 3/8-16 center hole (with Arri anti-rotation pin receivers), and several 1/4" pass-through channels. Hard mount directly to the plate or cover with Velcro and attach your AKS that way! Available currently in five different flavors, rest assured there's an Ecto Plate perfect for your application and budget!
  28. soundtrane

    Advice for a novice

    LOL!
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