vale

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    i'm an italian sound mixer...

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  1. I'll always try to record the same actor on the same track. So, if actor #2 is not present in a take, I record an empty track instead of having actor #3 collapsing 1 track up.
  2. Thanks Matthias, this was exactly what I was trying to say, but in appropriate words.
  3. The thing I was trying to say, remembering (I hope correctly) the words of Helmut Wittek, is that "the phasing with wireless mics" we're talking about with the SuperCmit is not depending only by the usual factory delays we have with new digital systems, or by the different time the sound arrives to Boom and lavs. For what I've understood from his words, you can place a person speaking steady in a point with a lav and a Boom over him (everything locked), and you still will not be able to have the two mics in a correct phase. Even playing with the delay on the channel.
  4. Some months ago I had the opportunity to attend a meeting with Helmut Wittek, talking about Schoeps microphones. If I remember and understood correctly, he said that the Supercmit processor acts on 4 different frequency ranges, separately. That is the reason (I guess he said) he doesn't recommend it to be combined with wireless mics, because it could have different latency at different frequencies, so it should be difficult to phase it correctly. He told us this mic was not properly intended for our use, but mostly for sports etc. This is what I think I understood, but if someone can correct me please chime in.
  5. Just out of curiosity, why available recording time in the MicroSd is affected by the chosen modulation? And then, why Mono/ Stereo give less recording time than XR/ ZHD? Attached is a screenshot from the LA3 user manual. Vale.
  6. Any news about this product? is there a price indication? will it have a Zaxnet antenna like Nomad has?
  7. It seems a great recorder indeed, the natural evolution of the Deva/Fusion recorder. I was just thinking I'd have preferred the digital inputs on the right side, to match the RX12 outputs.
  8. I've had the flap used to pull the battery broken on two of that batteries. IMHO, it should be a problem to take the battery off your slot without that flap. Maybe Inspired energy has to find a more efficient solution.
  9. So, if (for example) no solution will be found to get the QRX200 able to receive two of these new transmitter, the only way to use them is just one TX for QRX, right? So basically: 1) if I want to use two TXs (dual mode) I'll have to use the old XR modulation; 2) if I want to use the new modulation, it is better (cheaper) to me to buy the RX200 instead of the QRX200.... I hope I've understand well...
  10. Thank you Josè, I remember I've seen 3 or 4 pictures somewhere some months ago, but I was not recalling the link. So, I'll wait them to advertise their new product.
  11. Who was the manufacturer of the cart in which the "old" Deva32 was at nab 2015? I remember I've seen more detailed pictures of that cart somewhere but I'm not being able to recover the link/page.. Thanks, Valentino.
  12. Anyone here knows where I can find colored knob faders for Mix12 (bourne faders) in New York? I've seen from pictures here than many of you use them instead of the all black ones. Thanks!
  13. Thank you very much! And is it a thing I could do myself or it is required to ship the units to Zaxcom?
  14. Is it possible to replace just the old erx2 volume knob with the new rubber one?
  15. the mix12 has many routing limitations too: you cannot assign every inputs to every fader and i.e. if you are using digital inputs 5-8 in the Fusion there are no chance s you can control zaxnet gain and eq for that input by the mix12. I guess it is related to the id-per-channel thing.