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  1. I always get phase issues between LAV and BOOM I use Auto Align Post from Sound Radix. Now I can mic the LAV and BOOM to create a fuller sound. Always use a separate track for LAV and BOOM, NEVER mix them.
  2. MS folds down to mono with the least phase issues. (IMO)
  3. Its been 20 odd years since Ive seen Doug Nelson. Doug is a production mixer, that mixed post on his shows, amongst others. I learned a lot from Doug, as his A2 in post. Trying to find a way to reach him.
  4. Seems this forum gets a lot of successful people selling their kits.
  5. Star quad cables, jumper pin 1 to XLR shells on both ends. Some might say this creates a ground loop, but that is only on the case of equipment to equipment. It doesnt apply to microphones. Ive been doing my own like this for years. Label the cables as MIC ON:Y
  6. If pitch shifting and slowing down, best to record in mono, and upmix after processing. You will get phase issues doing multi channel pitch and speed. If slowing down, best to record and sow down in 32 bit, or if you're 24 bit max, then 96K sampling.
  7. Im now immunocompromised to to medications, I have been wearing these in public, and have total confidence. Not cheap, but not fakes.
  8. The ATT wireless shown was a go to here in LA, every store I had one as early as 1986!!!
  9. If its a Motorola "Brick" you should be able to gut it and drop in a TX. Not sure about the cordless house phone. Funny I owned both in 1992!!
  10. I get into heated debates with my audiologist too!! Unfortunately, it's my daughter. I think they brainwash them in Med School.
  11. If it works, thats great!! Do a mix down of the surround to male sure no phase issues were induced.
  12. I found couple out in the LA area that do understand, and will do an audiogram from 20 to 20k. Not cheap. But one made me -20 earplugs custom molded past the ear canal curve. Creating a true flat response. Same as IEMs Not cheap either.
  13. Theres something about audiologists, they have this pounded in their brain in School. They refuse to test over 8k No use going to audiology school. Their primary job is to test, and determine if hearing loss is medical, in which the refer to ENT MD, or noise induced, old age, in which they sell you a hearing aid. I know, I paid for my daughters audiology education!! All frequencies reflect off a wall, they come back at different times; the distance determines if the reflected sound gets cancelled to doubled in the mic. We can not dig up "missing high frequencies" we can dig out a little if they are there.
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