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Vincent Gates

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About Vincent Gates

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    Seattle WA
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    Sound, sound design, music, guitar, skiing
  • Interested in Sound for Picture
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    Providing location sound services for film, documentary, and TV.
    Mixer and Boom op.

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  1. This is a great resource too, http://www.lectrosonics.com/US/images/FCC-documents/City_by_City.xlsx but I'm still looking for info on the upcoming Block 25 Guard Bands. Anyone????
  2. Does anyone have any additional graphs or charts for future Freq Coordinating in Seattle? Only thing i can find is on the Lectrosonics site, and I'm interested in locating guard bands, etc.
  3. When I used to run a 744, i used to look at the sides and enter in all the scene numbers for the day while I was setting up.
  4. Might you be willing to share a pic of said mod? I, too, have 2 ERX's that are in permanent Camera hop mode, but I haven't physically altered them (yet!).
  5. Just curious….. Has anyone run a CP Beam from an IFB100 or IFB 200? What did you think? -Vincent
  6. Hi- I'm traveling through Chicago and need some last minute Zaxcom gear. Does anyone know a dealer in Chicago that maintains stock? Any ERX's available? -Vincent
  7. hi jozzafunk- Interesting thought……What would it "look" like if everyone on screen was lit evenly without any shadows or perspective? Well, that's exactly what's happening with dialogue, especially when everyone is lav'd up and the above mentioned tools are OVER used. Post needs to start compensating for the time delay, and frequency shift when people are close/ far away. I want my perspective back! -vincent
  8. Hey Kelsey- that's my iPhone and arm in the top pic…...You never had me sign a release!
  9. I'm referring to adding up latency in the chain. I started the thread because a client requested latency info on the Nomad, and as it turns out, 3ms is too much latency in HIS signal path for live TV broadcast. For other purposes and my field work, I'm happy with the Nomad, so no worries here.
  10. True, but definitely something to be aware of and add up from time to time in this world of wireless and digital-ness.
  11. Analog click OUT of protools and fed back analog IN to protools. Record a track on the timeline. This is our control, the time it takes for a click to make the round trip from Protools OUT to Protools IN. This records the latency of Protools. Now, MUTE that track. Next, add the Nomad to the analog click chain and record click on another track in Protools. Measure the difference between track 1 and track 2. Didn't seem to matter wether compressors and HPF's etc were engaged on the Nomad or not, still got 162 samples. Re-ran experiment with an SD 552, and there was no latency…which is to be expected with an analog path.
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