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    Having worked on both commercial and film projects worldwide; with compositions performed by a variety of ensembles, and work recently being showcased on BBC Radio 6. An enthusiastic and active post-modern composer and sound engineer, with a rapidly growing portfolio of work that showcases both hybridity and artistic innovation.
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  1. Hey Guys, I've had my 8060 for a while, really lovely mic, but wanted to get a nice super mic for indoors, my local store didn't have an MKH50 in stock at the time and so I've picked up a Schoeps MK41 on a CMC1. When comparing these mics (and I realize these mics serve very different purposes and behave differently), I found there to be more high pitched ambiant noise in the 8060 when compared with the Schoeps... is this normal, or do you think my MKH8060 is faulty? Here are images for comparison (I altered the gain of the MK41 to match the 8060): MK41: MKH8060 P.s. I love the schoeps, but I think I'd still like to get an MKH50 for really reverent/noisy rooms
  2. I use Logic Pro X at the mo (unconventional, I know...)
  3. Thanks Guys, I hadn't heard of the term '2-pop', but I think that's the solution! I've just checked my DAW output and the files are exporting timecode too, but as you say, that can vary!
  4. Hey Guys, I feel like I might be missing something key in my workflow here, so just wondering if anyone could help signpost me in the right direction... How do I ensure the mixed audio masters I create, are 100% synced when the video team import it back into their video software? Do you guys add a tone or something at the start? Apologies if this is a silly question, I'd like everything to be synced exactly for them. Thanks
  5. Brilliant, that's super helpful guys, thanks! It'll be 24bit as standard for me from now on then!
  6. Hey All, Apologies if this has been covered elsewhere, I could only find a couple posts and they seemed about 15 years old! I've been recording in 48k 16bit as standard for film/tv stuff, but I'm just wondering if this is still the industry standard, or if I should be recording at 24bit? I'm not asking which is technically 'better', as we all know 24bit is the winner, I'm asking what bit depth do you record in? And what is the expected bit depth these days? Thank you all you lovely people!
  7. Hey Guys, Did anyone have an actual response to the original post? I too am curious about the CM4 for dialouge... any experiances with it?
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