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Takuro Kochi

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    My Work is Sound Design and Sound Recording in Japan

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  1. Zuca Boom op cart

    Boom Stand
  2. Zuca Boom op cart

    I have made New ZUCA Sound Cart.
  3. Zuca Boom op cart

    Nice!!! Sound Cart!!!
  4. Show me your bag

    My Second Mixer Bag. Sound Devices 442 and TASCAM DR-40
  5. TASCAM DR-701D

    I went to Inter BEE. I have a question to Tascam Staff. If Timecode connect with BNC, can not Rec Run.
  6. TASCAM DR-701D

    Tascam DR-701D 6 Track PCM Recorder Record Timecode HDMI in/out Timecode in
  7. Roland R-88 Fader

    R-88 iPad MIDI Mixer Lemur file is available for download. http://surroundtokyo.com/?p=583 I use Lemur App.
  8. Roland R-88 Fader

    Roland R-88 - Roland UM-ONE mk2 - Quicco mi.1 //wireless// iPad Air (Lemur) Quicco mi.1is midi bluetooth converter. https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/mi-1-wireless-midi-interface-connecting-digital-piano-and-ios-device
  9. Roland R-88 Fader

    I made R-88 Wireless MIDI iPad Mixer. http://youtu.be/7jM6t0jwBCA
  10. TASCAM DR-70

    This TASCAM staff was planning and production DR-70D.
  11. TASCAM DR-70

    New TASCAM Product: DR-70 4 channel PCM recorder 4 XLR/TRS inputs Compact, professional-grade audio recorder designed to be used in combination with a DSLR camera Uses an SD/SDHC/SDXC card as recording medium (up to 128 GB) High-quality recording inputs through Tascam original High Definition Discrete Architecture (HDDA) microphone preamps NE5532 operational amplifiers for even higher audio performance (also used on DA-3000) In addition to ordinary stereo recording, simultaneous recording of up to four channels is possible Four channels can be mixed down to a stereo signal Recording levels can be adjusted independently for inputs 1–4 Dual recording function allows two files to be recorded simultaneously at different levels Recording at 44.1/48/96 kHz, 16/24-bit, linear PCM (WAV format) Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) supported as WAV recording format Two built-in omnidirectional microphones Four XLR/TRS combo inputs can provide phantom power (+24V/+48V) +24 dBu maximum input level (20 dB headroom) Additional unbalanced input for channels 1 and 2 (stereo mini jack) supports mics that require plug-in power, allowing the input of video mics and other high-output mics Switchable low-cut filter conveniently reduces low-frequency noise (40 Hz, 80 Hz, 120 Hz) Switchable limiter to prevent clipping High-quality audio can be output to a DSLR camera for recording Camera input enables convenient monitoring of audio from a DSLR camera Selectable mid-side decoding for use with MS microphone setups Slate tone functions (automatic/manual) to simplify synchronization of video files when editing Pre-recording function allows the unit to record the two seconds of sound before recording is activated Auto recording function to start start and stop recording by input level A new file can be created during recording (manually or by file size) Self-timer function to start recording after a set period of time Jump-back function allows the last several seconds of the currently played file to be replayed again by simply pressing a button Selectable delay to eliminate time lags caused by differences in the distances of two input sources QUICK button allows easy access to various functions Mark function convenient for moving to specific locations Equalizers for playback, and level alignment function to enhance the perceived overall sound pressure File name format can be set to use a user-defined word or the date Resume function to memorize the playback position before the unit is turned off Line output and headphones output with individual level controls (3.5-mm jack) Dedicated remote control jack for use with RC-10 and RC-3F (sold separately) Hold switch to prevent accidental operation Low-noise buttons 128 x 64 pixel LC display with backlight USB 2.0 port Stand adapter (¼ inch) on bottom side to attach the unit to a tripod DSLR bracket for easy camera attachment and removal Hot shoe mount (accessible when not using the DSLR bracket) Handles on the front left and right sides protect the screen and can be used to attach a shoulder belt Operates on four AA batteries, an AC adapter (sold separately: TASCAM PS-P515U), external battery pack (sold separately: TASCAM BP-6AA) or USB bus power http://www.tascam.eu/en/dr-70d.html http://tascam.jp/product/dr-70d/
  12. Production sound with the R88: tips, hurdles, and warnings

    I use Roland R-88. SD664 price is about $7,000(??700,000) in Japan. It's expensive. Battery. I made DCDC up converter. It's very easy. It can about 8 hour. KNOB and gain(SEMDS) is difficult to use. I was looking for rig. Packing of water pipe is good size.
  13. Roland R-88 Fader

    Maybe It is possible. If you can use Lemur for the R-88, I help you.
  14. Roland R-88 Fader

    Roland R-88 fader Unit Base ( use iPad2)
  15. Roland R-88 Fader

    Roland R-88 fader. I use iOS app(Lemur) Fader is about 100mm. mute button (solo botton is difficult. MIDI signal is sent only ) https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_euGW6sssw8&feature=youtu.be