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JoshuaT

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    Production sound mixer
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  1. I’m going to stick to soap and water for lav cables, and alcohol wipes/spray for the rest. Theres too much speculation about uv-c at the moment to know how it’ll work on Covid-19.
  2. I’m going to be charging $10/wire. If I’m on an interview shoot with four separate interviewees and they don’t want to use a mic that was previously on someone, I then will add $40 to my invoice. Plus I’m also going to be using soap+water on the lavs to clean as opposed to anything harsh and then rub with olive oil.
  3. As Johnny said, select each channel (one at a time) and see if each one is at 0dB. If any are less, turn them up with the select knob.
  4. It’s a very simple fix. It’s a small circular watch battery. Pop the top off and replace. Maybe 5-10 minutes of work. You can find the battery at most stores. I think it’s a 2032.
  5. I usually use Lectrosonics A1 and block 25 with no problems.
  6. You can replace the internal battery. This should help the situation.
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