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About Soundwil

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  • Birthday January 1

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    Cardiff, Wales, UK
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    Currently renovating a house in between proper work!
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    Freelance ENG and small time drama Recordist/Mixer since 1999. Mainly work for the BBC and S4C (the Welsh Channel 4).
  • Interested in Sound for Picture

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  1. Thanks Jeff. Site working well now on my Mac. Long overdue donation on its way. Cheers.
  2. I only knew Malcolm from his helpful posts here. Rest in peace sir. WP
  3. Hi, Please check out the below link to Ambients ACN Timecode products. These products are the direct replacement for the original Ambient products you have used I believe. http://ambient.de/en/product_custom_cat/Timecode-en/ Zaxcom ERX and Zaxnet does TC and Scratch audio - https://zaxcom.com/product_categories/zaxnet-ifb/ You may also want to look at TimeCode Systems - http://www.timecodesystems.com/shop/ Can't think of any other TC systems that have a radio link feature but could be wrong. Deneke, Betso and Tentacle Sync are other manufacturers of TC systems. There are many videos online showing these different systems. You Tube. There are many, many discussions here on JW about the different systems.
  4. It is a well known fact (or I was under the impression it was anyway) that the foam on the mic inside a cage (Rycote) reduces the effectiveness of the cage to reduce wind noise. My local kit supplier has told me that Rycote themselves have stated this.
  5. Yep, agreed. Sorry about the confusion in the first place. My bad.
  6. No cons apart from length (physical size). It's always been at bag/cart end so RFI has never been an issue.
  7. Yes, I am talking about the xlr version. Sorry i miss read original post. Yes, LC 60 U! Sorry of no help to you.
  8. Hi Masaki, Yes I have one and use it every time I use my ms stereo schoeps ccm rig on the ccm8 channel as this mic is more sensitive to 'handling' noise. It does a great job of cutting out (attenuating) the lower frequencies. As the filter is a steeper than that of my mixer (633) it does a better job of tempering lower frequency handling noise. It has been available for quite a few years. I love it, it's expensive.
  9. Looking forward to seeing them Simon, always a good watch.
  10. I've burnt a couple of DVDs before now for the clients that prove less professional than you - file size permitting.
  11. Google calendar here also and access it on the iPhone via CalenMob app - it's free and it does what I need.
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