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johndiemer

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About johndiemer

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  • Birthday 09/22/1988

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    Sound Designer/Location Mixer

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  1. In need of a NYC based sound recordist with gear for a mid august shoot (5-10 days) Along with interviews I am looking for someone who can capture Stereo SFX on the day. I am the Re-Recording Mixer on this so I am making sure we hire someone who can bring a stereo mic out to capture SFX in the field. Here is a link to the style of shoot we're doing.
  2. Looking for a documentary Sound Mixer in or around Alaska April 13 - 17 Willing to fly the right person in but needs to be available to work in the US. Thank You,
  3. Hey Guys, I have a super easy gig for a Portland based mixer and a Connecticut based mixer. I need someone who has a bit of a producing background and can help direct the interview and make sure that we get some nice usable sound bites for a radio spot. Needs to be recorded end of next week. Portland: Recording an interview for a radio spot (no camera) must have a bit of producing/directing background to help direct the interview. (3 hours max) Connecticut: Recording a script read by president of company (no camera) in the New Haven area. Might need to help out with directing the talent to get a good performance. (3 hours max) Thanks in advance and looking forward to hearing from you!
  4. Hey Guys, I am working on a reality show for Much Music and we are going to be passing through Winnipeg tomorrow for a shoot. I was wondering if someone could let me know of a place that sells audio/film gear. I need some snot tape and RM11s. Thanks in advance,
  5. Hey Guys, Thought I would share this crazy story. I was shooting a reality show for Much Music in Banff, Alberta and the director approached me the morning of with a crazy request (as per usual). He wanted to have the contestants start at the top of this hill and go tubing down to the bottom delivering lines. I thought it would be a great chance to try out my Lectro SMVs at 250mw. The talent was about 150 meters away at the top of the hill and I had to pull my 411s out of the bag to get the antennas higher up but as you can see from the picture, pretty much full RF the whole way down. Great work Lectrosonics!
  6. Beautiful view of the city in Bergen, Norway
  7. Second that, not very forgiving on plosives or wind noise. Like any mic there are situations where it works great. If you're wanting a smaller mic that is easy to hide you might want to also consider the Sennheiser MKE series. A bit pricier but overall a nicer sounding mic in my opinion. http://www.sennheiserusa.com/professional-lavalier-small-clip-on-microphone-MKE-1_502835
  8. This will work great. Thanks so much!
  9. Hey Guys, I am doing Post-Production on a series pilot that was shot in Brazil. They didn't bring a very good sound guy and I am left to deal with the consequences. Their "Sound Guy" provided me with no general ambiences or sound effects and I was wondering if anyone on here could help me out. I was able to salvage a lot of what I needed from the raw files but now I just need a few things. Thanks!
  10. +1 Love this app for when I'm doing foley/sfx recording in the booth
  11. Yea, thats the impression I am getting. For the price it seems like the most reliable option at this point! Thanks!
  12. The D4s are great I agree, I used them on a show last summer but the problem came whenever we got more than 4 or more of them in the same space. We ended up using them out on the field but had to switch back to our SRas and 411s when we got back to the studio shoots. They also live up in video TX RF land which can pose some issues as well. Have you ever encountered that issue?
  13. Thanks for the quick feedback guys! I am interested as to how you power the LMa off of your bag? Is that a mod?
  14. Hey Guys, I have been reading a lot of previous threads about camera hops but couldn't find one with people who have been using 2xLMa for TX and an SRa for a hop. I understand the range difference is the main issue with the LMa only providing 50Mw of RF power. But for the price difference I would love to get some opinions from guys who are currently using this set up in the field and are you finding that the 50Mw is providing a reliable enough signal or are you finding yourself hugging you camera guy to avoid dropouts. Thanks in advance,
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