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  1. I would like some suggestions. I currently use a 552 mixer, synced to a 744T for timecode. Generally I do my mix tracks in the 552 and my ISOs on the 744T. This works great because the mix tracks are already separated for the editor and can be joined if needed in post by timecode. It also sucks because there is no way to label shots inside the mixer, so I have to re-name all the mixer files to match the recorder files afterward, while generating the audio report in Wave Agent. Any one else deal with this? What is your process?
  2. Hello everyone, I have some wildlife recordings that are between 6 to 9 hours in length (divided in ~40-60 minute continuous segments). I used my SD744 and threw in a Sony D100 to get an additional perspective. I did a finger snap at the beginning and end of the night to try and get them synced although I was aware it was very likely the D100 would drift out of sync from the 744 and that some post processing would be needed. The D100 has no timecode and the 744 was set at 23.98 in case that matters. I would like to determine what kind of drift the D100 has and would like to get some ideas on how you would do it. Also if you have ideas on how would you get both recordings synced throughout. From what I see in Pro Tools the drift might not be consistent all the time. Let me know your thoughts and if there is anything else I should add. Thanks!
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