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hiro nakamura

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About hiro nakamura

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    Beijing
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    I am sound mixer based in Beijing, China. I have been doing sound for the past 8-9 years.

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  1. hiro nakamura

    how to solve this, lavalier noises.

    Lots of factors affects the sound of lav while it is hidden. You might be the cable or sometimes just noisy shirt which you can’t do much about, if there is no chance to plan before hand. I would say boom and lavs combo. Sometimes you need to tell your associates, “for this one, I need my boom to be there, otherwise we can’t have it”. Or asking for changing wardrobe. I found if the costume is soft and cotton, micing is 90% done. You need to watch out hard shirt, suit, silk stuff. There is no formula for everything. Today you successfully mic a polo shirt, tomorrow same technic, might have problem with another person with same type of polo shirt. Just try and try and try make it the best out of it. End of day, you could deal with most of situation. Never end learning.
  2. hiro nakamura

    Best ENG boom pole

    I used to have it without coiled cable. Sometimes, you would feel that it’s a bit shorter than what you really need it. Unless your jobs are mainly wireless dependable, boom is just a boost. Otherwise 565 is the way to go in my Asian thin eyes .... hahahaha
  3. hiro nakamura

    Best ENG boom pole

    Ambient QX565 with coiled cable. A bit heavy comparing with k-tek, but sterdy, smooth. Best for me.
  4. hiro nakamura

    AES inputs on high track machines

    I think SD970 does it Alternatives might be a bit ... since there are two venues - 788T x 2 or any recorder + another one covers 16 tracks ...;)
  5. hiro nakamura

    Bringing 2 Wisycom MCR42 together

    Totally agreed! That wasn’t obvious to me at all too. I struggled quite a bit at the beginning when I got them on my hands. Like the first time I got my Nomad and QRX100 stuff. Massive confusion... at the beginning.
  6. hiro nakamura

    Bringing 2 Wisycom MCR42 together

    Technically, there are open full frequency channels for self-tuning. you can sync other transmitters ( sen, evo etc.) from those channels. and you could save those frequencies on that channel as well. They got that open freq channel since the beginning.
  7. hiro nakamura

    Bringing 2 Wisycom MCR42 together

    It’s like all the sennheiser 3000 series. Lots of transmitters are on different frequency plan but in same TV channel. I assume their idea is to have planty frequency options when lots lots wireless working in the same environment, with different owners or big opera show etc. I did talk to wsiycom about the frequency plan. They mentioned the previous version is on different plan. For the two you have, I don’t really think it’s avoiding intermod purpose. They seemed just had different frequency plan. Hiro
  8. hiro nakamura

    Bringing 2 Wisycom MCR42 together

    http://www.wisycom.com/www3/products/category/programmers I assume you need a UPK (mini) to align your two units, or send one back to get back to a dealer or mothership to get the same plan. In addition, on the receiver if there are open gr/ch , you could manually set the ch to be same as another.
  9. hiro nakamura

    M/S mic for documentaries

    it depends, I assume MKH418s, AT4029 and Sanken CSS5, M are all shotgun type... I might be wrong, but please check, they probably got more reach than you expected.
  10. hiro nakamura

    M/S mic for documentaries

    According to the dealer, it does change the sound quality if you switch from 48v phantom to 9v battery. The mic is quit heavy as well.
  11. hiro nakamura

    M/S mic for documentaries

    Lots of my friends on MKH418, I had few doc jobs required stereo for atmosphere, so I had chance to their 418. I would say it's great piece of gear. Of course if you hate 416, don't come nearer to MKH418. I think the mid part is like 416 sounding However, nowadays I am carrying a different setup for recording stereo atmosphere, which are Zoom H6 + Rode Stereo VideoMic X http://www.rode.com/microphones/stereovideomicx ( they said there are two NTG3 heads without the shotgun pickup pattern and also with all the low cut and sensitivity parameter on the mic itself.) I could set the recording somewhere and pick them up later or asking someone to watch it while I am shooting something with the camera crew. Love the set up. But you have carry a bit more gear on site. Hero
  12. hiro nakamura

    REVIEW: Schoeps miniCMIT

    From what schoeps stated. They should match exactly the same. I would assume in most of situations,they would perform the same.
  13. hiro nakamura

    REVIEW: Schoeps miniCMIT

    mini Cmit seems picking up more room echo than other shotguns. I sold and bought microphones, so no serious A/B comparing testing tho... I had cs3e, 8060, 416 as shotgun, MKH50 as interior mic. I never expecting the mini cmit has the same pickup pattern indoor as the MKH50, but it feels quite a bit echoey, maybe it's only from me. Hiro
  14. hiro nakamura

    MiniCMIT

    I am using kit2, but I think rycote design one specially for MiniCmit.
  15. hiro nakamura

    Which Schoeps mics for documentaries?

    It's not about what Schoeps or how many you use. It's how you use them. From the situation you describe, 416 and DPA 4063 lavs are good combination. I don't see why they can't work.
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