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  1. Does anyone have a standard workflow they use when equalizing a thinner lav feed to the more robust boom? I'm assuming you probably use the spectral analysis in protools coupled with an eq. There used to be a bias app called repliQ that did an awesome job but they're outta business. It seems rather clunky to do it just by ear and I'm assuming those who have more experience know exactly what to do. Any suggestions? jgbsound
  2. Boom operator question

    Hi All, I would like to know what equipment are essential for a boom operator to have on set. Thank you.
  3. ReRecording Mixer's Toolbox

    I'm trying to flesh out my ensemble of post mixing software(s) to create as professional a final mix as possible. The list I use so far is okay but there is something obviously missing. Do you guys have other suggestions that you know are used by the big post studios to create smooth beautiful mixes? I'm pretty good at dialog editing, music arranging and fx editing but the re-recording for final mix has always been problematic. Here's what I have been using: Altiverb Protools Video Production Toolkit Bias' Repli-Q (and the Master collection's EQs) Sound Soap Pro 2.x
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