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Michael Miramontes

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About Michael Miramontes

  • Birthday 01/01/1979

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    Los Angeles, CA
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    My avatar picture was from the first day I landed into sound.
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    Location Sound Mixer/Boom Op & Real Estate/Mortgage Broker
  • Interested in Sound for Picture

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  1. Thank you but I finished the project already. I appreciate it though.
  2. Hey Fellas, Thanks for all the replies. I had a feeling when I posted someone would tell me to go elsewhere. I was almost hoping it would be Senator. LOL...but I've not been here it quite some time so I understand and no biggie. The audio was clipping quite a bit. I was able to clean it up a little bit via Adobe Audition but I figured someone in post would be able to do this with their eyes closed. I would have paid too. But, the party came and went and it was all nice either way. Ultimately I've moved on from sound as my Real Estate/Lending business took off. I miss the gatherings, friendships, and camaraderie that resulted from being on this site. I guess maybe I can still stay relevant and post and help some of the newer folks out from time to time. No problem Rick. Your response was warranted if I was someone who hadn't put in their time yet.
  3. Hello everyone, I have a very short audio clip from my wedding that sounds like garbage. It was recorded back in 2005 on a non HD camera with who knows what kind of mic. I'm putting a video together for my wife's bday tomorrow and was hoping someone can help me fix the audio. The audio is from the onboard mic that the video guy recorded. It's at my reception so the DJ's announcement was too loud for his cheapo mic to handle, so the audio clips. Is this something that can be salvaged? The audio clip is 20 seconds long. Any help is appreciated.
  4. yeah, I'm sure it's my phone. It happens everywhere I'm at. A friend of mine is having the same issue. I called Verizon and they're supposedly going to fix it within 48 hours. I think it's Apple forcing me to upgrade or some other voodoo at work.
  5. For the past 3 weeks now my iPhone has been disconnecting 90% of all calls I make or receive. Anyone else experiencing this?
  6. I'll never forget one of my first "high paying legit jobs"for Fox Sports West. At the time I was getting by doing Indy crap with a zoom h4n. So, when I got this decent paying FSW job I was so nervous showing up with just a zoom/boom that I rented a Sound Devices unit and threw it in the bag. I had no clue how to use it nor was I planning to. It was merely there so the client would see all the shiny lights. I ended up hiding the Zoom in the bag and recording everything on it. The commercial made it to TV and I worked for that client for many years thereafter. I eventually graduated up to a Nomad but you get the point of my story I'm sure.
  7. This sums it up quite a bit. It's your job to win allies in other departments so that the respect/consideration is reciprocated when you need it. And then there's this..... I've been on jobs where I've heard, more then once, how the last sound guy they worked with was such a goober. More often then not, the "typical sound guy" they've dealt with would: 1. sit in the corner somewhere and "disconnect from everyone else on set" 2. wouldn't really say much 3. be just flat out weird Now I know this doesn't speak for everyone who is a sound person. It's just "my opinion" that everyone who falls into that category will find themselves easily forgotten and always struggling to earn respect on set.
  8. I use to cruise the older 2004 Scion XB, aka the "toaster". It got about 30mpg and had plenty of room for my crap when the seats were folded down. It was also a smaller car so I was able to maneuver in/out of tight spaces fairly quickly. I picked one up on craigslist for $3k. They'll last forever if you keep them maintained.
  9. maybe it's time to try doing the repair yourself. Connector issues are very common, and a basic repair, that you should learn to do eventually.
  10. I was the production mixer, not re-recording. Ok, I'll find out. Thanks for the input! Couple more questions actually. So, if they kept all the original FCP edit files then essentially they're not dead in the water, right?
  11. Hello Everyone, A previous employer of mine called me up and said his show is possibly going for syndication. Therefore, the powers at be are asking him to provide the following:
  12. Steve Tibbo and Mark Hensley did the same for me so I will always be indebted to them and will never forget the experience!
  13. yep, sounds like a marketing ploy to me. As someone else has said, I would increase your rate to offset the fees if you really wanted the gig that bad.
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