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  1. MartinTheMixer

    Zaxcom Nomad 8.01 with Transmitter playback record

    Yes, I would like to know that too?
  2. MartinTheMixer

    Favorite Slate

    Yes, to Denecke because I like the the TS3EL, the TSC and Charlie. Thanks, Martin
  3. MartinTheMixer

    Zaxcom Nomad 8.01 with Transmitter playback record

    Jesse, If you figure out how to do that, let me know. Thank you, Martin
  4. MartinTheMixer

    Zaxcom Nomad 8.01 with Transmitter playback record

    Glenn, Thanks. Is there some way to access (and play) the transmitter recorded file remotely? I.e. without taking the transmitter off of the talent? And don't get me wrong, I am loving this, not only can you rerecord if you have a RF hit, which is pretty rare with Zaxcom, but, you can remix the track recorded to the mixer. I.e., if you had an unexpected level of scream, and you hit the limiters hard in the mixer/recorder, you could rerecord the transmitter file, and since you are rerecording something that has already happened, you know where the scream is at and how many DB to reduce it in order to not hit the limiters. Thank you, Martin
  5. MartinTheMixer

    Zaxcom Nomad 8.01 with Transmitter playback record

    Mike, Yes, but so far, I don't know how to do that. As of now, it is not time code stamping the same TC. It is just giving post the offset via sound report. So, if you rolled on a take at 0900, then, 30 minutes later, at 0930, you rerecorded it, it would have a note in the sound report, that reads -30:00. Does that make sense? Thank you, Martin
  6. MartinTheMixer

    Zaxcom Nomad 8.01 with Transmitter playback record

    That is correct.
  7. MartinTheMixer

    Zaxcom Nomad 8.01 with Transmitter playback record

    Mike, Yes, but, I'm not sure how I would find just the section that I want to re-record. Lots of questions on this. In other words if the transmitter had been on for 20 minutes and I just need a one minute take, and it's at the end of that 20 minutes, how do I just get, or fast forward, to that one minute? But once I get all that figured out, it will be very impressive. Thank you, Martin
  8. It works, it works. It took me a little while to figure it out (I have never operated a Deva). But it works. It's right up there with phasers, actually it's more like a transporter room because now, you can beam up audio.
  9. MartinTheMixer

    Super CMIT and Zaxcom ZHD 743 setup

    Supercmits don't have built in radio transmitters.
  10. MartinTheMixer

    Super CMIT and Zaxcom ZHD 743 setup

    There are people on here who have English as their 2nd 3rd or 4th language. Needlessly calling something a transmitter or referring to the function of something as transmitting is unnecessary. Do I need to copy and paste the email from Zaxcom that says it won't do this?
  11. MartinTheMixer

    Super CMIT and Zaxcom ZHD 743 setup

    Yes, beginners don't read.
  12. MartinTheMixer

    Super CMIT and Zaxcom ZHD 743 setup

    Transmits is a bad choice of words when you are talking about a mic output. A beginner reading this is going to think there is some transmit function in an aes42 device.
  13. MartinTheMixer

    Super CMIT and Zaxcom ZHD 743 setup

    When you say aes42 "always transmits 2 channels" , are you saying the Zax transmitter always transmits 2 channels? The mic doesn't transmit anything.
  14. MartinTheMixer

    Super CMIT and Zaxcom ZHD 743 setup

    Hi Deian, I have this exact setup. Mine is dsp 1. But, I use the high cut on the transmitter. I have listened to that in post a lot. I think it sounds great. You mention gain on the trans, do you not change that? Whoa. Wait. I don't think you can send both the dsp and non dsp via 743. Are you sure your doing this? How? The aes42 cone is not stereo. What does "filters off" mean? You have thrown me another loop with inputting it into an SD, and not a Zaxcom. That will be the wild card in this discussion. I've never done that. But, hmm. There is a misprint in the original 788T manual, that I discovered, and SD was going to rewrite that. It was an aes42 mistake. Maybe that is part of the problem? I also notice you have another high pass in the mixer? Hmm. Ok, let me know if I can be of any further assistance. Sincerely, Martin
  15. MartinTheMixer

    RED fan

    Iron, Did you change modes back and forth in order to figure out the anamorphic tie in? Thank you, Martin
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