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stephensharrod

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About stephensharrod

  • Birthday September 20

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    Los Angeles
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    Music, film,
  • About
    I'm a production sound guy! Commercials, features, shorts, web stuff.
  • Interested in Sound for Picture
    Yes

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  1. The AD it can get rough, but I've always had a good enough relation to make sure we get what we need. As for the actors that's a crap shoot. You're always gonna get you share of people who don't respect or care what you're doing. (even though it may determine wether or not they have to redo they're performance in post) Most of the people I've worked with (at this staged) have been pretty level headed, but I've heard stories of how people don't want to wear packs. Which in the end is only screwing them.
  2. I'm still waiting for a sequel to that....I mean I'd watch it.
  3. An Update: Since being in California for bit now I've started jotting down notes onto a notepad then transcribing them to Wave Agent. I then make a PDF and put it with the files I hand off to them. No complaints so far, but then no compliments either, like to think it covers my ass though. Thanks All!
  4. Looks like I made the wrong move...
  5. I grew up watching his movies, and am sad to hear of his passing. In between gigs I've been trying to watch as much Ray as I can. I gotten to Jason, Sinbad & The Eye of the Tiger and 7th Voyage. Will watch Mysterious Island soon as its one of my personal favorites. His special effects really captivated me as a kid and I probably wouldn't be here if it weren't for those films. I wish I'd gotten to meet him before his passing. However his work will remain immortal on the screen.
  6. Wow, sad to hear. As much as many would think The Doors was Jim Morrison, he had a hell of band to back him up, I think Ray was a huge part of that. Though I wasn't alive for The Doors when they first appeared, I picked up listening to them when I was younger and am still listening to them. Jim's personality was so huge I think it blinded everyone to the brilliant music that was going in the background. He will be missed and off course his contributions and influence to music will not be forgotten. Cheers Ray.
  7. DUMS! (as I call them) Been playing for about 9 years, been in a couple bands. Punk, heavy metal and rock. Got to play more since moving out to California (didn't do it as much in Chicago for some reason. It's a part of me just like sound is. Some of my favorite drummers growing up were including Lars Ulrich, John and Bonham. Of course when I really recall wanting to play was when I was watching Ringo Starr in "Help!". But now the real reason I wanted to contribute to this post....http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=e89gWQ6FGZI
  8. No more craigslist for me. Time spent reading about it on these forums and previous experiences have taught me that.
  9. http://youtu.be/kQ9pcqH8iG4 Thanks 5sf!
  10. I enjoy running, playing the drums and looking on these forums.
  11. I had this problem and got in contact with sound devices. It's a distortion sound correct? They said to try a new card. I did so and have not had problems since.
  12. Just finished up a job where I used wave agent's notes for the first time. Had paper on me while shooting then laid off to a jump drive with wave agents sound report pdf, very straight forward. Will see if post has anything to say about it.
  13. I agree, as cool an app as it is. It really is the location scouts job to insure the location is free or has minimal air traffic it's not our job to watch out for plans because somebody picked a poor location.
  14. Can't go wrong with a Deca Wireless Bag! http://www.petrolbags.com/product/1015395.56.0.0.0/PS608/_/Deca_Wireless_Bag
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