Richard Walters

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About Richard Walters

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    http://www.Richsound.tv

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  • Location
    Richmond, VA
  • Interested in Sound for Picture
    Yes
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    Sound Mixer

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  1. Thanks for reaching out... that'd be great. I'll get in touch after 4th of July! Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  2. Thank you Jeff! The forum has certainly been helpful over the years. I appreciate the encouragement and I'm excited to get back to California! See you out west...
  3. Hello, After 6 years in Richmond, VA I'm relocating to Los Angeles with my sights set on working with a solid sound team. Having made the trek to the east coast from San Diego in 2011, I posted on the RAMPS/JW forum and connected with VA/DC based sound mixers which was key in building great friendships and working relationships during my time here, so I'm hoping to do the same as I make my return to CA! Looking to connect with good folks after I arrive July 2nd! Best, Richard
  4. Glad someone posted about this as I recently watched this program and really enjoyed it! I'm always impressed by the people dedicated to conservation work. Nice sound design too!
  5. Hi Jeff, While I'm not having an issue with logging out, I am having to reset my password every single time I want to log in! Its not an auto fill issue as you recommended me checking in the past. Any other thoughts? Thank You, ~rich
  6. +1 for global entry, which also gives you Tsa pre check domestically. My home airport is small so I always fly express jets to bigger connections. Thus there's always an issue with my 1510 carry on which is practically handcuffed to me. Somehow I've always managed to get it on the plane with me after explaining how sensitive and expensive the equipment is! Good luck with your gig!
  7. I'm currently shooting with (3) C300's and noticed that when a battery is changed out on any of the cameras, the frame rate jumps ahead between 2 and 3 seconds. I also had a camera drift ahead when media was changed and formatted. Unfortunately I don't have (3) lockits in my kit so the second AC simply lets me know when a battery is changing out, or media is dumped and we rejam right away. Fortunately all the cameras are locked off in a studio, so this solution works well for us. In the future I'd certainly have lockits on ALL cameras.
  8. Nice Rakesh! Slick design, super easy and simple to use...Well done!
  9. I ran across this today: How many slaves work for you? Slick website!
  10. I've been using 7506's for years now. However, I'm disappointed in the last 3 I've purchased as the ear pads pop off and/or the foam is exposed. Anyone recommend the Garfield ear muffs?
  11. Hi Michael...I ran in to a situation simular to yours last November. Project was a short narrative set in an apartment with 6 talent. Lots of dialogue! Problem was the set was built in a large rectangular warehouse with awful reflections. Fortunately they only used one end of the room for the set, so we built a wall of furnie blankets and hoisted them up to the ceiling. I also had 2 or 3 C stands prepped with blankets for quick placement during the various setups. It proved successful and eliminated most of the reflections.
  12. Hey Glen, where were you guys shooting?
  13. Too close for comfort.
  14. That would be helpful, thank you!
  15. Hey Colin...thanks for writing! You're not the first person to mention Martin Agency.. I'll certainly look in to them. Coffee would be great, I'll be there the beginning of July, I'll float you a message once I'm settled in. Nice to meet you too! Thank You, Rich ...also, If you have any tips on work spaces for mixing let me know.