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Chris Woodcock

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About Chris Woodcock

  • Birthday 09/26/1986

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    Sound recordist from N.Ireland

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  1. Why are you replying to a two year old thread? 🤷‍♂️
  2. My only request really is still a rack mounted ifb transmitter. *For the people who will eventually say velcro a cl3 to a shelf, this is why I have a rack case.....to rack mount things....🤦‍♂️*
  3. My drama set up is a trailer and pickup truck, so my long term goal is probably a Rivian truck when they launch in the UK.
  4. Another thing to note , Cosi in the rain doesn't work as well as the pianissimo
  5. What is your main work style? I am drama so I have the mini Cmit in a pianissimo most of the time as I would rather have full wind protection that the Cosi doesn't offer. I live in a windy country. By the time I move indoors im on the cmc141's instead of the cmit. I use osix mounts with Rycote baseballs for the 41's
  6. If 19ms is an issue buy a professional system 🤷‍♂️
  7. This is what happens when you have to many products, sound devices have so much fragmentation.
  8. I think you need to go learn some basics of sound recording before you start looking at advanced kit like Zaxcom products.
  9. Thats cause you seem to like Prosumer products The HD in ZHD stands for high desinty as the modulation system allows more channel in that spectrum. I actially avoid compaines that market "HD" audio as its a gimmick to nab consumers who dont know any better. Saying that, said company hasnt actually mention the term high definition but think its easy to work out. Im from the UK and run full Zaxcom cause I respect the inovation they come up with, Its not just the record function though, its the remote control elemet of the whole system. I cant seem my work flow being anything else.
  10. Personally I don't trust anyone who believes in God 😂
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