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Levente Udud

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About Levente Udud

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    Budapest, Hungary
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    OMB sound recordist for corporate video, documentaries and shorts movies.

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  1. Technical and Historycal references

    There is a Matt Price Soundchat with Jeff, which I can only recommend to anyone, because it's highly entertaining and informative.
  2. Technical and Historycal references

    Constantin: Exactly. I'm still learning a lot every day and every job, but I think I know enough about production sound already to write my paper, however I need citeable material to back me up. I'm not looking for instant answers or shortcuts.
  3. Technical and Historycal references

    John: I read this forum daily since I've started in motion picture sound and learned a lot from all the people here. I appreciate all the knowledge gathered here, however public online forums are not the greatest source material in the eyes of academia. David: Thank you, I know about the Quarterly, but haven't dig through the archives yet, but this series looks promising!
  4. Dear Colleagues! I'm currently finishing my studies as an electrical engineer and working on my thesis titled 'Motion picture sound production from an engineer's perspective' focusing on production sound. I would like to cover current techniques, gear choices and how we get to these from the 1920s. The major chapters I want to include are: -history of capturing sound for motion picture -microphone techniques and choices, including a comparison and measurement of a handful of usual mics -wireless systems, including a comparison and measurement of 3-4 setups -mixers and recorders -how a production sound system is built up I'm looking for references (books, articles, etc.) on the technical and historycal (aesthetics are important but not touched in my paper) aspects of the craft. I have acces to the AES library, and have the following books already: both of Jay Rose's books, Sound for film and television 3rd edition, the Lectro wireless guide, Thank you for your help Levente
  5. SD 633 expander

    No experience with those, but here's the 'pinknoise device': http://www.marenius.se/audiodesign/sd633.htm Also a local mixer uses a direct out modded FP33 and he loves it.
  6. Zoom F8

    Gotham says it's 349.99 bucks. Fair I think.
  7. Zoom F8

    You beat me to it Eric here it is in english: https://www.zoom.co.jp/products/field-recording/frc-8-f-series-remote-controller?_ga=1.3550064.1548697036.1469607758
  8. Rio 2016 wireless

    Fascinating article http://shureblog.co.uk/rf-coordination-rio-2016-steve-caldwell/?utm_source=Shure+UK+-+Losing+Your+Voice&utm_campaign=58ad32722a-Wireless_at_Rio_2016_The_Process_Uncover11_25_2016&utm_medium=email&utm_term=0_f85b00fe22-58ad32722a-418676585
  9. Zoom F4

    So apparently this is a thing. Sadly it is even more prosumer than the F8.
  10. New from Rycote: Looks interesting

    I use it between my Oktava MK012/Sennheiser MKH416P48 and Zoom F8. It works great in controlled enviroments, however it has crazy interference with transmitting walkies closer than 1 meter. 416_rycotetact_zoomf8_interference_sample.wav
  11. He has some serious anger issues. Today's game: https://cdn.streamable.com/video/mp4-mobile/hiyg.mp4
  12. Show me your bag

    Same bag, I keep my NP-1 in the back pocket, what do you have in there?
  13. Zoom F8

    Yeapp, if you don't power it down, its timecode is quite steady.
  14. Zoom F8 Beginners Question(s)

    Dear Matt! We have two dedicated facebook groups for F8 users, and they are very newbie friendly. Feel free to shoot your quesitons there. https://www.facebook.com/groups/zoomf8/ https://www.facebook.com/groups/1684448125168870/
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