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About Buckage

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    Film composer with a particular interest in Electro-Acoustic recording.
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  1. If it doesn't work it doesn't work. I'm just trying to figure out the right way to attempt it. Happy to record inside if it doesn't benefit the score.
  2. If we want to do it we have to give it a proper shot and since we never record outside it's a huge learning curve. For the initial test we used what we had on hand and for the most part it was unusable but we did like the vibe. Hopefully the next time we try with better suited equipment the results will be what we're shooting for.
  3. Thanks for all the replies! That Latcho Drom film is amazing. I should have stated the artistic reasons for wanting to record outside. It is for Tommy Lee Jones' new film The Homesman which is set in the Nebraska territory in the 1860s. Bascially its about a group of women who go crazy and need to be taken back east to be cured. The film is about the harshness of the environment and it's barrenness. There is nothing romantic about it. A part of the challenge of finding the right sound for the score is that it's a film about the lack of things like music. I realize it's a challenge
  4. Hey guys, I'm a film composer and new to jwsound and have enjoyed the site a lot. It's great to get the perspective on production that a lot of you guys share. Hopefully some of you here can offer some suggestions for an experiment we'd like to try... Our next project we're scoring might benefit from recording the instruments outdoors in an open area. We did a test recording with a single fiddle player a few weeks ago and ran into lots of issues that many of you guys probably face daily... wind, planes, unwanted wildlife (my hat is off to any on-set sound recordist!) We used a
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