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Jim Rillie

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About Jim Rillie

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  • Birthday 06/16/1946

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    Halifax, NS
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    Production Sound Mixer
  • Interested in Sound for Picture

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  1. Used CMIT if you can find one close to your budget. You won't be dissappointed.
  2. Most hardware stores
  3. Joppe, you are an inspiration to us all wth your dedication to your LP50 charger project.
  4. Congratulations, Christian. A great learning experience for us all..
  5. I think all Zaxcom recorders record to a file type known as MARF? I'm sure someone will chime in soon with details on how to use them.
  6. Thanks, Jeff. All seems good now. We really have a true sound person administrator. Yay for us! Best regards Jim Rillie Halifax, NS
  7. What Trey said. You might find a used MKH 50 at a reasonable price as well...
  8. I have 2, but they are mic level and very handy at times. The line level looks like something that would also be a solution to some situations.
  9. AFMY, That Imp looks customized. Did you convert to line level, or is it just a different model. The white print interests me...
  10. Check your JW sound messages.
  11. I have noticed this also (for years). It happens , but not necessarily on all receivers. It is the receivers, because it doesn’t matter what type of tx I am using. I have BSTs and M216s. It,s just something we have learned to live with, like letting your crew know when turning on or off phantom, or plugging in a mic with live channel for some reason. It’s common but really should have been taken care of by the manufacturer years ago. Maybe it’s prohibitively expensive. We just work around it. We don’t “love Comteks” that much, but they sure are useful.
  12. Time Code Slates are the backup on most stuff I do, when sync really matters
  13. Funny you should mention that, Philip I had the same experience with one boom op I had in Ireland on Random Passage. Noel Quinn was the boom op, and he was very skilled with the 82, sometimes hiding in costume in a crowd and pulling in the dialogue right in shot, but basically invisible to camera. He used it a lot even indoors with good results. Not as heavy as an 816! Back to Theannymoh, I still have 2 KMR82is in good shape with Rycotes, windjammers, suspension etc. If you are interested I can let you hav e one or both at a very good price. We just don't use them for the type of shows we do these days. Regards, Jim Rillie
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