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Den Nic

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About Den Nic

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  • Birthday 04/13/1992

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    nicholsondennis@hotmail.com
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    http://www.dennisnicholson.com

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    Toronto Ontario Canada
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    Sound, Music, Movies, TV Show, Video Games, Tennis
  • About
    Sound Mixer/Boom Operator, Composer, and Audio Editor living in Toronto Ontario Canada, originally from east coast Canada (Sydney NS).

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  1. Just got this stuff this week, looking forward to using it in the field: Grip Belt - http://www.sourceshop.com/product.asp?pid=94 Camera Pouch (Customized) - http://www.sourceshop.com/product.asp?pid=90 Portabrace Clip On Velco Cable Tie (Attached to small carabiner threaded through loops for markers) Flashlight w/case Leatherman w/case iPhone/Comtek Case - http://www.sourceshop.com/product.asp?pid=647
  2. Awesome for Directors and Cinematographers, HORRIBLE for Boom Operators! Lol. I do Love the shots they pulled off through, the Indie Director part of me is super excited for this to come to Toronto (which won't be for a while).
  3. Like I said, the one time I didn't have a cable, and was about an hour away from being able to get one. Resolved it once I got my equipment back via normal troubl-shooting methods, but for the time being I was exhausting all options trying to get it solved. Thanks Anyways guys, all went well in the end
  4. Never mind guys, it was a bad cable. Didn't have one handy to swap out (the one time I don't!) but it's all good now
  5. I am feeding it from the sound devices 302 mix, which is set to 48V and phantom power is on. Batteries are fresh in the 302
  6. It also sound really really thin and has no low end on playback. I am for sure swapping out the mic, but more wondering if this is a water problem and if anyone has experienced this before (maybe with other mics?)
  7. Hey guys, I am having trouble with my 416 as it seems to not be producing normal levels that I am used to. Signal chain is simple 416 via XLR into 302 mixer. I am thinking it might have been water damage from a shoot I did last week, has anybody experienced low levels due to water? I am swapping out the mic and XLR shortly but figured I'd post here in the mean time. Also I have double checked all the settings in the side of the 302. Thanks guys
  8. Love it when everyone works together! Thanks for Sharing Simon
  9. https://vimeo.com/61069598 New video for iBrain (Pretty funny outtakes video! Cursing so NTFW) Cheers!
  10. Thanks for checking it out guys. Michael my good friend and college Jeffrey Murias will be doing my Production Sound (He is actually featured in the video). And thanks for the wishes of luck CrewC
  11. Interesting answer. I guess duplex would be great but the flexibility of being able to put down the boom and still here what is going on and what the mixer is saying seems like a huge benefit, although I'd say that in a 2 person team that would come up more than a full three person team?
  12. Hey Guys, Curious what people are using for your boom operators to listen on. Comtek? Lectro IFB? Zaxcom IFB? Hard wired? (duplex cable?) Boom box? Or maybe listen off the signal pre-recorder with a SD MM1?
  13. Thanks Fred, I guess I would need the capability to do 5.1 mix down if I ever want to use this setup on a regular basis. Thanks for the info!
  14. I ended up making new folders for each take in finer, exporting the mono wav files to their respective folders, and used wave agent to combine the mono files in each folder into a new folder containing all the poly wav files. Was a bit of a pain but didn't take too too long, just wouldn't want to have to do that again lol. If I use my iMac and Saffire again I'm just gonna buy Boom Recorder lol. Still, Anybody who has a good location audio workflow using Pro Tools I'd be glad to here it.
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