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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).
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  1. The 'Gain' of the LFAs is a measurement of the noise floor as compared with an omni antenna is my understanding , and not a type of gain you should be including in your calculations. *Larry explained it in a post here few months ago or possibly longer, cannot find it sorry.
  2. Thank you Constantin and Matthias for your thoughts.
  3. Please excuse slight off-topic question. Re: Sennheiser half rack TX. I've heard that if you run the TX in stereo mode this reduced RF power output relative to mono mode. Is this correct? Anyone else heard this? There is no mention of this in the manual which leads me to believe this info is incorrect. Thanks
  4. Thanks John, I can sleep better tonight knowing this
  5. Thanks Doc, Great job, enjoyable view. W
  6. Totally agree. A wise (not so old) sound mixer mentor once told me: "Always take the first job that's confirmed" .. a piece of advice that hasn't let me down yet. By the sounds of it you are well within your rights to politely let the original client know you are now unavailable to work on those dates. W
  7. I believe one of the signs (or has been in the past) of a fake is a 'flat' front end grill. An original should have an end grill that has a finger shaped recess or 'U' shape as part of its design. The one in the picture looks to have a flat surface but I could be wrong with that observation. The Original should have this indent. A fake might have a flat front end grill. Hope this helps. If in doubt I would return it.
  8. Hi Jeff, 19ms is approx half of one frame which is quite small in the whole scheme of things. Assuming the delay is as quoted - 19ms - then you should either delay the video by this amount or move audio forward my this amount. Delaying the audio in FCP will double the delay. I'm really not sure you'll be able to spot a 19ms delay with lip sync but do the above and you should be fine. W
  9. Hi Patrick, Yes, you are correct. Turning the CCM8 by 180 degrees will indeed reestablish the correct Left/Right orientation. If you had a mixer in line the 'phase invert' switch (on the CCM8 channel) would do the same. WP
  10. Thanks Jeff. Site working well now on my Mac. Long overdue donation on its way. Cheers.
  11. I only knew Malcolm from his helpful posts here. Rest in peace sir. WP
  12. 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 man
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