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al mcguire

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About al mcguire

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  • Birthday 12/19/1916

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    I live on a 33' Freedom cat ketch
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  1. Basic DSLR's of which the X-T3 is definitely one, I feel an on camera audio track is sufficient to sync to.
  2. If I can attach a G3 to the camera somewhere I am happy. If you are in the OCD mode you can set camera system time to as close as you can to slate TC. I think it would be evil to record linear analog time code on what is essentially a still's camera, any bleed would be onto the audio track and there would be no benefit to it.
  3. The Studer scissors were my favorite, once I learned to trust them.
  4. That guy Rick really talks a lot, I think Dr Steve Gadd is worthy of an entire solo post of his work. BTW no one is talking about how many songs Wendel the drum machine played on, http://rogernichols.com/wendel
  5. It seems you want to build your limiter, let us know how it turns out. I would suggest a 10db pad on the Schoeps would be more effective. https://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/1132547-REG/schoeps_pad_10ni_10_db.html/
  6. If the signal is distorted in the mixer how will an outboard limiter help ? You are monitoring the peak metering ? I would try a pad in front of the mixer before I started soldering. Al
  7. Is it the Vark pre amp part of this problematic signal flow ?
  8. My favorite brand logo has to be Telefunken and I was looking to find a T-shirt when I came across this Immersive Studio Experience at The Power Station NYC - I I was in this room mid 80's and it was an incredible space. It had a unique drum sound because of the rotunda. http://powerstation.nyc/ History of Telefunken https://www.telefunken-elektroakustik.com/history https://www.telefunken-elektroakustik.com/immersive-studio
  9. "Jerry Wexler had a big vocabulary, I'd always take a dictionary with me to NYC so I would know what he was saying" - Jimmy Johnson
  10. The music that spoke to me the most seemed to come from the triangle of Memphis, Nashville and Muscle Shoals. Jimmy Johnson was one of the originators of what came to known as the Muscle Shoals Sound. They used to get paid $25 per completed and everyone is happy side. He was the rhythm guitar player and he would find a place to add a little something that would just go to the root of the song. He was often the engineer and was the producer of record for the Rolling Stones. As musicians it wasn't ever about them, It was always about the song. Rolling Stone Obit https://www.rollingstone.com/music/music-news/jimmy-johnson-obituary-880678/ NYT https://www.nytimes.com/2019/09/06/arts/music/jimmy-johnson-studio-staple-of-southern-soul-and-pop-dies-at-76.html Jimmy Johnson had something to do with every song that follows.
  11. https://www.prosoundweb.com/channels/live-sound/re_p_files_an_interview_with_bill_hanley/
  12. We had a 1st camera nicked as old 20 frame, after he forgot to reset the frame rate after a chase scene. We had gone to lunch and came back and shot and completed an entire 3 page scene before he realized his mistake.
  13. I think Spike does award nick names https://www.imdb.com/title/tt0309735/fullcredits/
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