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  1. 17 hours ago, Henchman said:

    You do understand this is geared towards people using dslrs cameras liKe the blackmagic cinema camera,  right?


    Also, we recorded our musical 2 years ago. I recorded wild into my 2010 macbook pro. I think in had to do 3 cuts in the timeline to resynch. In an hour and a half show.


    I don't  see what the difference is between this, and buying Tentaclesync devices. 

    If you had a tentaclesync on your dslr camera,,,It would have 1 track of in sync Timecode  and one track of scratch camera audio,


    if you take the bother to set the camera correctly.

  2. There is a reason you did not find much when you dug around on google

    Pro tools ? Midi ? LTC timecode?...  my 80s music studio called,,,they want their russian dragon back.

      With most of the multi-camera gigs I have been on ,the under 1k soultion for a hardwire sync on cameras is usually some bnc cables...if the cameras are too crappy to have real connectors ,then camera mic and plural eyes or whatever the kids are using nowadays  is kinda normal.

    Scrape up the 1K and by some tentacles,they got bluetooth now,,kinda sexy.

  3. John is correct.

    While the red can record some wonderful video,it seems that audio was an afterthought,,,or just badly designed......You must not be a soundman.

    Sooner or later it will burn you if you are a sound guy.

    While most of the time it works fine,,,The red cannot reliably record audio "just enough to sync with plural eyes".... it will pretend it is recording audio and record NOTHING usable,or nothing at all.

      that is why we treat it like a film camera..... slate...

      remember,,,,its a red.

  4. i went through a couple sets of the HD 25s.I liked them because I could monitor at a lower volume than the sonys and save my ears a bit.Both had the connector issue.Ended up with the ultrasone hfi700. They dont kill my ears like the sonys and They still sound great after four years of getting beaten.

    Dont think they still make them,but they show up on ebay sometimes,would be worth checking out.

  5. i would go for this one,,,but my car is unreliable,,,not so good at post audio either.

    Shooting a non for profit short film at a local dining establishment in Pickering, Ontario. The production team is very small, and won't exceed more than 10 people for the production. The entire production will be shot on the days of March 15th and 16th and entirely indoors at a local dining establishment in Pickering, Ontario.

    My team and I are looking for an experienced individual who can both perform as a boom operator AND a sound designer. Since our film is non for profit, it would really help us a lot if you are able to use your own equipment. If you don't have your own, we will rent one for you (once we have discussed what will be needed). Further details about the project will be discussed, as well as a script will be provided upon formal meeting.

    This entire position is unpaid. You MUST also have reliable transportation to and from set on the shooting days.

    If interested, please email us with your resume

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