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jpb2

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  1. Ditto, people are brutally rude here. I don't like to post anymore at this site, but I can't find a better one for the subject matter.
  2. Thanks for the feedback. I am realizing my rates are to low after talking with others also. Spelling errors? I'll hop right on it! I really did not want to post jobs I have worked on under a different company. (just simple ethics)
  3. Cuban Sonic Spying?

    This scares the heck out of me. What if they recorded only the harmonics of the attack. Permanent hearing loss or permanent tinnitus would take away the most important tool I own. Egad!!!! permanent
  4. Hi, We have just opened a large film location sound service company based out of Tucson AZ with Rogelio Camarillo as our senior engineer. Our equipment is top of the line and we have a combined experience level of 40 plus years as sound engineers. Having a bilingual (english/spanish) professional staff rounds out our skill sets to adapt to a diverse client base. I have taken the liberty of listing a few direct links to our website, "Production Hub" and FB listing. Please give us a like on FB and feel free to bookmark our web site for your next project. Thanks, Arizona Sound Sculpture https://arizonasoundsculpture.com/ https://www.productionhub.com/profiles/details/319437 https://www.facebook.com/Arizona-Sound-Sculpture-109373689718993/
  5. Story boards and shotlists?

    I work at a Old west movie set and have seen it all also. IMHO the "great" directors come in with story board and shot list planned to the second. BUT they are more than willing to change or adapt for numerous reasons. Usually things like a new idea from lead cast member, weather, running low on time, equipment failure to name a few. I am sure we all have a story of why the change... what is you're best story?
  6. shock mount

  7. Production Mix Structure

    So after reading a few replies, (thanks all) it appears to me some of you are using the delay function of the mixer on the lavs when adding a boom to the mix. Quick math check... sound travels at 1088 ft per second, if the boom is 5 ft above the head of the actor and that would be a 5ms delay? Seems like 5 ms would not be a issue with phasing. I read that some of the lav transmitters that are digital 2.4 Ghz (they A to D in the transmitter before sending it to the receiver) say there is a 25ms delay. Am I Incorrect in the above statements, or have I fallen asleep and am dreaming? Ha!
  8. Thanks for the info all. I realized after reading some of your posts that my recorder had a built in assignable mic for slating. Doh! I loved all the suggestions of how often and what situations you all did room tone and wild tracking. ---- My next question is what is the weirdest thing you ever said on a slate? Ha! JP
  9. YesI It was thanks .. also, Do you record that "voice slate" on a separate track if you are at the cart not near the boom?
  10. Sorry I still learn every day.. forgive me if they are rudimentary. 1. Do you record a spoken word from yourself for "room tone" on a separate track or on the boom mic track. 2. Similar question, Do you record a spoken word from yourself for "wild-track" on a separate track or on the boom mic track. 3. Do you get room tone before or after a take/scene 4. Do you wild-track before or after a take/scene
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