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    PDX, OR, US
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    sound for picture in pdx
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  1. That's my MO as well. Worked great for years.
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  3. I recently shot with the 6K versions, feeding from Denecke JB-1 boxes into the minijack, no issues.
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  5. I get that. I should have prefaced my comment by stating that I wasn't trying o debate the technical merits. I was merely commenting
  6. http://www.moultonlabs.com/more/about_acoustic_and_microphone_levels_levels_management_i/P1/
  7. I would consider headroom to be part of the total dynamic range (signal to noise + headroom = total dynamic range). And yes, I get that it should ideally exceed the capabilities of our mics, but what I'm talking about is practical application beyond that. We can already deliver very good final mixes from 24 bit audio sources. That's what my crack about horsepower was about: yes, your sportscar has > 500 hp, but how often will you use that in a legal fashion driving around town? Most people will never need that.
  8. TBH, a lot of nit-picking about dynamic range beyond what we can already achieve feels like the horsepower arms race that car manufacturers get into when trying to sell cars to people who are likely to drive them on roads with speed limits. If you're doing live music or SFX gathering (or something else with little to no control or chance to anticipate), I see an incredible advantage to anything beyond 24 bit.
  9. Yes. Get with the wranglers/trainers and communicate early and often.
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