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  1. I sometimes send the director their own feed (usually because the agency are 300ft away and my bst75 is at the end of its range),but often the agency creative director willl be sharing that feed so sometimes its a no win situation. I think the false take idea is a very good workaround solution for production paranoia. The workflow most of the time on the jobs I do, is the director wants the live take plus instant replay,which dictates feeding the transmitter from either the Qtake system at the video village or from the audio output on one of the monitors.
  2. I hadnt thought of that....good work around
  3. Very appreciative of this. I have asked on many occasions and had given up on it ever arriving. It would be great to have a shortcut to turn it off/on as sometimes the director may want to hear a rehearsal.
  4. I run mine off a Np1 with a 12 v homemade regulator...... 1 batt lasts a full day
  5. I worked with one last week Didnt have the audio input extension ,but took TC without any futzing .... Has a built in crappy mic . Didnt hear anything back from post so I guess it all synced up fine. I didn’t hear the fan .
  6. Real world I’ve done exactly this and get a solid 200-300 metres Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  7. Yes muteable aux in standby,I've also requested but nothing in the last 2 firmware upgrades..... I've built a little switch box with a flashing LED But the software version would be great Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  8. Is anyone using the unbalanced 3.5mm output to 2x TA5f and into lectro TX..... If so ,Does it work ok,interference wise Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  9. I work mainly in tv commercials and drama...... 90 percent of my jobs shoot on Alexa......Very rarely do we have any issues.There used to more Red shoots but , it's a rareity to see one these days. Mostly it's owner operator shoots...... Just my day to day experiance Sent from my iPad using Tapatalk
  10. Yep.... too much choice these days in the digital world.... when we were shooting 35mm film Scenes were heavily rehearsed for camera moves.... Which was a great help for the boomThese days we shoot the rehearsal and I rely a lot on the wires,Add in 2 or 3 Cameras wide an tight Makes for fun times ha Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  11. I'm intrigued to know how the track counts are getting up into the 12 track mark especially in the TVC world. I'm mainly doing commercials and mostly use my 633 with the 664 as backup.... I very rarely need any more than 6 tracks.Even with the quite decent budget 2-3 cam US drama I've spent the last month on I didn't go over 8.... This is relevant to the topic as the mixer I'm looking at is 8 channel and the surface is 12 Cheers
  12. There is a want to buy section... you need to be a member here to see it Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  13. The 4061 is low sensitivity... I use them with smv and smqv with no noticeable hiss and they sound great. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  14. I have a separate sd633 bag with matching RX , tho having just one cable with a controller is appealing... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. Yep I've managed 25years without long throw faders And as a ISO gatherer (haha )rather than a mix engineer it' would be a nice luxury.... I have used the cl12 on jobs and while I found it nice, I didn't have any epiphany moments..... I have some coin to burn but am thinking the mixpre6 rig may be my ultimate small bag project As I work a lot of tvc jobs more often than not I'm using limited channels so I'm not sure the cl12 would get used to its full potential, Maybe next drama job I'll pick one up..... Thanks guys just this bit of dialog has cemented my thoughts that I don't need a dedicated mixer. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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