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    sound recordist Rodrigo Salvatierra

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  1. I was at the inauguration with a cmit on a pistol grip, mixpre d, the small lectro recorder and wired to camera. We then went to cover the protest where a limousine was eventually lit on fire. That was where I regretted not having a camera hop.
  2. Yes, moving the TX a few yards away does change the results of the scan considerably, but still affects the scan when I turn the mixer on. As I said before, the mixer by it self does not alter the scan, only when the IFB is on. Yes, Block 26, and the TX in IFB mode, by itself scans as expected, (3rd picture) Compatible with what? Its only one frequency. Many Times. My question is, How can an IFB affect the RF coming from the mixer or vice versa? I´ll keep trying different things to find out what is going on, and hope to learn something from this. Thanks
  3. 633, Lectro UM400 in IFB mode and UCR411a, all independently powered for the test. Rx above Mixer in bag, and IFB TX on the side of the bag.
  4. Hello, I did 4 scans on my Wireless Receiver, and the first three make sense. The mixer by itself did not add any significant RF, and the TX by itself added the suspected amount, but when I turn them both on I don't have much to choose from. Any ideas? 1)RX 2)RX+Mixer 3)RX+TX in IFB mode 4)RX+Mixer+TX Thanks, Rodrigo
  5. I did sound for Jeff Lewis, who is playing on the 21st, several years ago at DC9. Thought he was brilliant at the time.
  6. Yes, I was reading parts of it earlier today. Thanks to both for all the information. What I don't get is why certain microphones use two cardioids for figure 8 rather than a single capsule without the delay line? I am sure there is a good reason for it.
  7. Thanks, and a cardiod pattern itself is created by mixing omni and figure 8, correct? So in the case you mention, how are the two cardiods created to start with? Is it Physically or electronically?
  8. From what I understand, 2 cardiod capsules, back to back, and out of phase, create a figure 8 pattern. If this is correct, which way is front and back of the created figure 8? Looking at the graphs I would think the sides of the cardiods are now front and back of the figure 8, and the two fronts of both cardiods, being out of phase, cancel each other out. Is this correct?
  9. Thank you very much. Would you know what the z at the end indicates?
  10. I am looking to repair the cable that goes from an RM to a BDS, both made by Remote Audio. Unable to source the connectors used by Remote Audio, I decided to search for a LEMO. Its a 6 pin the same size or series as the common 5 pin used for TC. The 5 pin connector model number is FGG-0B-305-CLAD52Z. Anyone with more experience know if its safe to assume the FGG-0B-306-CLAD52Z would be the correct 6 pin for this? Thanks, Rodrigo
  11. Thanks. That place was closed, so I found a television repair guy to fix it. After the fix we got hair cuts and had Maroccan tea with the cab drivers family. An initial scare that brought a great adventure during a 12 hour layover.
  12. I have just arrived in Casablanca, Morocco and noticed my headphones have an intermitant issue at the connector. Would anyone by chance know of a place to get them fixed? thanks , rodrigo
  13. Yes thanks, I have messaged Eric.
  14. thanks, I am in Santiago, Chile right now and have a job in Key West, FL next week. Anybody know of someone delicate with a Soldering iron in either of those places? This is to get my UM400 lavs to work with SMQV.
  15. Would a 60watt soldering Iron be ok to rewire a lav microphone? Specifically a Sanken COS11 Thanks, Rodrigo