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    I am a freelance Sound Designer. I've been heavily involved with sound in one form or another for the past decade... played classical guitar, produced short audio narratives for public radio, mixed and designed sound for theatre and drama, recorded & edited location, sound effects, and dialogue for film & animation, and recording & mixing music.

    I've long considered myself a creative soul with a technical shell... that's because I see my artistic role as an artist who listens and interprets another's creative masterpiece and help convey that artist's vision through sound, via my own creativity.

    I am always in search of new and exciting projects to further gain my experience, build up my portfolio, and assist other artists in their work.

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  1. Another thing to consider is if you'll be using your 664 in the bag as well as on the cart. With a mixer, you'll have multiple cables for ISOs, mix, power, etc and could be cumbersome to switch back to "bag mode". Much easier to accomplish this with the CL12.
  2. I've seen college basketball players wearing similar systems during practice leading up to March Madness. Would probably be easy enough to replace the tracker with a transmitter. Though unless it's a sport where theres ample padding involved, or a non-athletic setting, you should probably look at the flexible Q5X wireless systems as to not harm the athlete in case of a fall.
  3. That does look cool. My biggest gripe with the Switchcraft connector is the tendency for the plastic boot to crack over time. The lack of spark edges or corners on your design is also a plus.
  4. Just picked one up from my local shop in Chicago. Saw the three pack, and joked with the owner that if a green one is ever made it should be rebranded the tennis ball.
  5. An NYC mixer taught me to use a 1x1 square of moleskin to attach a small safety pin. Lasts much longer than just piercing the foam itself.
  6. It was my understanding that 39 months after end of auction is the timeframe before it becomes illegal to operate in, but that the telcos can start firing up and using their purchased spectrum well within then.
  7. What's the difference between this and say a Schoeps B5D and W5D?
  8. Are you triggering the TRXs into record from the CameraLink or just manually setting them and let them run continuously?
  9. I have one in very good condition I wouldn't mind selling.
  10. Still waiting on model for Zaxcom Nomad and QRX receivers.
  11. I too will be stealing some of these ideas. This is what I came up with in order to keep the harness on without the bag.
  12. I'm always in amazement of your work, Rado. Curious about the carbon fiber shell. I'm sure that piece alone will make a dramatic difference.
  13. Just got the medium Stingray for my Nomad as well. Do you use the support strap that wraps underneath the unit and velcros to the divider? Mine seems to be 3-4" too short.
  14. They might have to swap out the current analog potentiometer with a digital encoder first. And while we're at it, let's add a TCXO generator that can keep reliable sync for extended periods outside range of Zaxnet.
  15. I love my BatteryClips as well. Have 2x AA and 1x 9V. I find them super-convenient with SMQVs, as I can push a batt out directly into the TX w/o any fuss.