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About soundtrane

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  • Birthday 04/22/1970

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    Bombay, INDIA
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    jazz, cinema, art, technology
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    20 years and more of location sound and audio post in the most difficult conditions. Own equipment rig, top of the line stuff, never rented out.
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  1. As others have suggested, there really is not much of any advantage using star quad in a bag... my 2 cents on this...
  2. from my experience - it is most probably a LCD issue that can be solved by replacing it. to the mothership it must go...
  3. Hello! I am visiting your wonderful city for a few days. 28th Oct to 3rd Nov. Would LOVE to meet you all!! cheers, -vin
  4. maybe you can find something appropriate at minicircuits...
  5. I have been to the factory and received some training. However, capsule issues cannot be handled anywhere else but the factory which has dedicated purpose built rigs for testing (they were built decades ago) which Schoeps cannot sell to anyone. I have done some repairs here in India and do have a set of spares etc. However, the humidity issue is something related to dust on the diaphragm as well which is very difficult to clean and only the factory can do it. -vin
  6. if you see ANY of the NPR SMall Desk concerts - the sound guy invariably uses the MKH416 ALL THE TIME... go figure...
  7. Surely this applies to short runs?
  8. QUICKFIST is a lot better than the one in the photo...
  9. there are only two outputs from the capsule, and there are no wires, unless i am misunderstanding what you are saying...
  10. I have done this all my life... on features...
  11. i guess not... You will have to make one yourself...
  12. There are a few experienced sound guys in Singapore. Maybe you should contact Jason Yun and Alan Chong out there for some advice on gear etc.
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