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  1. christt

    Boom operator question

    Hi All, I would like to know what equipment are essential for a boom operator to have on set. Thank you.
  2. Eager to get experience and build a reel Ample experience recording and mixing audio, seeking TV/Film work I know how to operate a boom and use a shotgun mic, Zoom recorder, lavs, etc Boom Op'd on a Dos Equis web ad and PA'd on a feature film, currently interning at Pro-Sound NYC Please see attached resume for more info Eric Rodgers Sound Mixer.pdf
  3. Hi there! If anyone here in the Greater LA area needs a boom operator or a utility guy, my hands/skills are available for the foreseeable future. I also have my own humble mixing gear and experiences, but I'm still building towards what producers usually demand. But I want to be back on set, connecting with more experienced sound ops to learn more about our department, this profession, and the industry as a whole. As a boom operator, I'm a tall and slim guy, so getting above and out of frame is no problem. As a utility, I'm learning new ways to quickly wire, wrangle, and coordinate equipment every day. In short - if you're looking for an eager, experience-hungry sound assistant in the LA area, please drop me a line anytime. PM me or check out my website for a full list of credits, equipment, and demos. Thanks! Matt Brodnick Web: bit.ly/mbsound Resume
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