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Matt Bacon AMPS

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    Freelance Sound Recordist / Mixer with over 15 years experience. Based near London, UK
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  1. Not at all. The U.K. introductory price is £675+VAT and delivery. Please contact your nearest dealer for a price in your local currency. The accessories are listed at https://store.SOUNDCART.audiothese include boom holders, cup holders etc. Maverick specific accessories such as fold out tables etc. will be uploaded in the coming weeks.
  2. Thanks. Yeah mine won’t be like that. It will fold down to and lock up so no parts need to be removed or stored separately.
  3. I’m not familiar with the PSC “waky arm”. Any chance of a photo?
  4. I’m proud to show share photos of the first Maverick off the production line! The Maverick has been designed primarily as a follow/utility cart although is also ideal for sound mixers finding themselves working in a small crew. It features a light-weight aluminium frame (just 11.3kg / 25lbs), a recessed work area at the top, a handle that doubles as an antenna riser, 12″ rear wheels and a generous storage area that can be easily customised. Optional storage boxes (400x300mm Euro Containers / Festool Systainer storage system) are widely available from third parties in a variety of heights and configurations (with/without lids or locks and colours etc.) to enable a Sound Mixer to customise their cart. My range of optional universal accessories are also compatible. I recommend ‘Euro Containers’ and ‘System Boxes’ by AUER (www.auer-packaging.com) who have world-wide distribution. For further details visit www.soundcart.audio/maverick and contact your local dealer (www.soundcart.audio/dealers) for availability and local pricing. Let me know any accessories you’d be interested in. A folding side tray and adjustable clips to hold a mixer bag on the top, inserts for the base and sides are already in development.
  5. Sounds like the MiniCart MAX (www.soundcart.audio) might be what you are looking for.
  6. It has been a while since I posted here. After doing a short presentation to some of you (sorry Jeff I only realised it was you after the Zoom chat had ended) fine folk the other week (via Zoom) I thought I would update you with some photos of the final MiniCart MAX cart. If you have ever wanted a cart that you can mix either stood up or sitting down then this is perfect for you. Hope you enjoy the photos.
  7. Check out the many photos on Instagram for inspiration.... https://www.instagram.com/explore/tags/soundcart https://www.instagram.com/soundcart
  8. This week saw the launch of the new SOUNDCART.audio website. Although the Accessories Page is still under development, it features many new photos and details about the range of cart and accessories available. Please visit www.soundcart.audio for further details.
  9. Arne, I use aluminium profile to construct the frames of my carts (www.instagram.com/soundcart). If you read and adhere to the detailed information provided by the manufacturer you will be able to construct a very strong cart. Pay attention to the types of fasteners available as not all are equal! Some can loosen over time so read up!! Many aluminium profile manufacturers offer CAD files. If you have the time to teach yourself CAD design first you’ll be able to design your cart before any costly mistakes in the real world!
  10. I asked them last year about the possibility and I'm aware of a prototype existing so it is possible. Sadly they have told me there are no plans for this to happen as they are working on other products. Very short sighted in my opinion. I think they'd sell rather well.
  11. Hi, Anyone modified a RF Venue 4Zone (https://www.rfvenue.com/products/4-zone) to function on 12v DC rather than AC? Alternatively, anyone know of a product that does the same but on 12v DC? Cheers Matt
  12. I’m not an Ambient lockit user (I’m firmly in the TimeCode Systems camp) but they should be praised for product innovation. I like the concept. It doesn’t fit the workflow of the majority of my work which is PSC/ENG based. However I can see the commercial and film boys liking it. Any my other new products?
  13. These are now listed on the Trew Audio website at just $1,300.
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