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  1. Hi all, I know this is a total shot in the dark, but I figured posting is better than not posting! I'm a college student from Upstate NY (Ithaca College Park School of Communications) looking for some summer film work in NYC. I'm currently interning for Technicolor PostWorks during the week, but I'm available for weekend shoots in the NYC area. I've got a shotgun mic (Sennheiser ME-80) and a K-tek boom pole. I'd be more than willing to rent those pieces of gear out, as well, if anyone's interested. Also, I'm an aspiring re-recording mixer (who isn't), so if anyone has projects that are looking for some post-production sound work, I'm your guy! My resume is available on request. I've worked on RED shoots as well as 16mm shoots, and I know how to boom correctly, blah blah blah. I know you've heard it all before, so I won't go into any more specifics. If someone has a lead, please let me know! I'm a team oriented kind of guy, and work best when I'm surrounded by people that are as passionate as I am about film. On another note, jwsoundgroup.net rocks, doesn't it??? Such a valuable resource for us guys who are trying to break into the wonderful world of sound for film.
  2. Came across this in TV Tech magazine and checked out the specs. Looks incredibly good for anybody who wants high def (or SD) pix for post editing and mixing, without having to put any stress on their DAW's computer. And B&H has it for $945. New. Nothing else needed except an SS drive and a cable. Plugs into your DAW's 9-pin port and emulates a VTR. Thoughts? Anybody have hands-on? http://www.blackmagic-design.com/products/hyperdeckstudio/
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