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About Tuhiva

  • Birthday 04/16/1983

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    ENG Mixer for Documentaries and TV Shows, Post mixer for Documentaries, TV shows, News show...

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  1. Woaw, $950....reminds me the beginning of the 2000s when it was ok to charge a 1000 dollars for one fancy plugins on protools. Nowadays, you'll probably have a whole suite of plugins for less. Does this indicate that in the future, machine sofware upgrades are going to be released as paid plugins ? 😅 Cannot also wait for the monthly subcription software upgrade to be implemented in our fied of work
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    ATH-M50X...very awful for listening to music (ok for movie), but very good (at least to my ears) to judge if the background noise will be manageable in post....
  3. Woaw So $2000 and more is becoming the new norm for transmitters....
  4. I stopped using Tram50 because they are the most breakable lav on the planet. B3 are built like tank though they do not sound as good as sanken or dpa. Seriously the cos11 are the best option in terms of robustness versus sound quality.
  5. It says : tools for "storytelling...so the it implies the "story" is already written.
  6. Hello, Does anybody use MTP40s and MPR52 as a camera hop and is it any good? What kind of cable do you need to go from the xlr output of a recorder to the MTP40S, does it need to be paded? I am used to the lectrosonics hop with Srb and I used the paded cable from remote audio to the feed some old UM400a and the results was great. I do not see a lot of cable specific to wysicom, there is a remoteaudio cable XLR to lemo paded for zaxcom transmitter, will it work with the wysicom?
  7. Geez $600 dollars for a plugin could we at least get a free Nvidia graphic card for that price...
  8. Hello, I am mainly doing documentaries / TV shows and I am satisfied with the range I get with my lectrosonics (SMQV and UM400a) as I place them most of the time in the talent's pocket or I clip them on their belt or trousers. Now I am starting to do some short indie film so all my transmitters and my transmitter are put in URSA waist straps. And now it seems that i lost at least half of the range I would get by just placing them in pocket for exemple. I've read and heard about the fact that body does absorb RF but I did not expect it would be to that extent. And what is more funny is that sometimes logic does not seem to apply, yesterday a skinny man would suck up the RF like crazy while a lady that suffers from obesity did not give as much trouble. Also old UM400a seems to be less affected by that issue. How to fight against that without going the "Shark fin/ Distro" way? (I am only working with a bag) Also I am wondering when people are using those new extra small transmitters that output 50mv instead of a 100mv, do they necessarily have to use amplified shark fin?
  9. Probably all those dynamic range lost in the loudness war...millions of dB stolen in music since the nineties 😂
  10. I was listening through my monitors (old mackie HR624) and could barely hear any differences in noise between the samples.....Then today I listenened to those samples on my headphones and ok now I can clearly hear the difference. Samples 03 and 04 are noticeably "noisier" with sample 03 being the worst. Geez I thought I was going death with everyone on this discussion hearing things that I could not 😅
  11. Thank you for putting together a listening test comparison while controlling as much variables as you could given the fact that it is hard to have access to a facility and equipment that meet the requirement of EBU or ITU requirements. I've listened to the samples through protools playing back on old Mackie HR 624...I could not hear any difference in noise. At least nothing that is not going to be burried under ambient noise on normal shooting environment. You "can see" (not hear) nothing above 16KHZ on Sample 03 so for sure it is zaxcom and Sample 02 goes above 20khz so it might be cable. I noticed the difference in tone between the samples: the second one being the most "balanced" and sample 01 being my least favorite. But again nothing that you cant tweak by using some EQ. And again some systems might respond in a different way depending on the language being recorded and the characteristics of each personn own voice. For me at this point and price tags all of the system tested are equivalent sound wise. Special features, customer service or durability are probably what is going to differentiate those high end systems.
  12. Why Skeptical? That is about the price ratio of Zoom's product... Zoom F8 $900 x 5 = the price of a nomad Zomm H3-Vr $349 x 5 = $1745 about the price of a Sennheiser Ambeo VR 3D
  13. Am the only one to think that the teaser is completely out of place regarding the actual purpose of the software: Removing what makes a "space suit" communication sounds real (aka all the buzzing sound)....Did not prevent me from buying the update though 😂 They should really fire their marketing team and made "real world" video that would what this software is capable of doing.
  14. Thank you Jonathan for that post. I have exactly the same problems as described, it starts with some sort of tiny little white spot then it grows and spreads. It happens only on my newer SMQV the one with darker finish.
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