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Tom Polkamp

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About Tom Polkamp

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    Utrecht, Netherlands
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    Hi all,

    I am fairly new to the business of audio recordist. I've been to art school and practised with film in the broadest sense of the word. After years of experiences with all factors of filmmaking (Directing, Camera, Editing, Color Correcting etc..) I've found my new love in the field of audio.

    Currently I am trying to get my first pieces of gear together. I already purchased a mixer (Zoom F8) with an orca bag and an sennheiser MKH 416 cardiod shotgun mic.

    I mainly focus on recording audio for documentaries and next to that corporate work to earn a salary.

    I am keen to learn as much as possible in the field of audio. I want to know the oldschool stuff and try working with the new.

    Tom

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  1. Hi all! I'm considering buying a single tentacle sync device for my sound kit. Now I know the magic with this device comes when using the provided software. It will interpret the timecode sound from the footage to timecode data and then sync that up with my audio. But how do you use this in a situation where I work for a client who does not have the software and is not really into buying the software for this project. Anyone has some experience in this? Is there another way for them to sync the tentacle sound data without the software? I know when using a higher end camera there is 'timecode in'. So this is only for cases when using a camera without this feature. I hope my question is clear and thanks in advance! Greetings from a dutch sound enthousiast!
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