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Hi! My name is Nathan Romer, a sound assistant/boom operator (and beginner mixer) based in the Lower Mainland. I'm looking for opportunities to learn and grow as a sound professional. Working with audio is something I've been passionate about my whole life. However, it's more than just sound that I want to expand on. Critical decision making skills, client interactions, and problem solving on set are areas that I want to flourish in on top of audio. I've worked on corporate interviews, short films, webseries, features and commercials. If you're interested in growing your team, or just letting me tag along on a shoot, don't hesitate to contact me! My email is email@example.com Apologies if this is an inappropriate place to post. Thanks for reading! And thank you to everyone for sharing the wealth of knowledge on this forum. Hope to see you on set someday! Nathan Romer
Video Chat with Jan
dfisk posted a topic in The Daily JournalI'm starting a new video chat series with audio professionals, and this is my first one. Thanks to Jan McLaughlin for taking the time out of her busy day to sit down with me via video chat.
Dinesh Yuvi posted a topic in EquipmentHi,im from india,There is no mic or recorder available for rental(our industry is called kollywood,south side of India & north side movies are called Bollywood) I have to get right equipment.Also my budjet is around $5000 dollars. Equipment i have in mind now are, 1. pair of senhesier mkh 8060 shotgun = i'm choosing this mic because it performs well in both indoors and outdoors. 2. Stereo mic Audio Technica Bp4025 or 1. one senhesier mkh 8060 shotgun 2. pair of Senheiser g3 with sanken COS 11D lav's 3. Stereo mic Audio Technica Bp4025 Common Equipment :- 1. Zoom f8 Recorder 2. Roycote blimp 3. Rode boom pole pro Please Tell me your opinion about my equipment list,whether it is right or not...
Production Sound Effects - Collaboration with Post ProductionI don't have done a project with high amount of production sound effects like rifle guns, explosions etc. I am always curious about the collaboration between production sound department and post production sound department for this. Not only for feature films, but also for television series which the time for editing, mixing etc it's more tight.
Any thoughts on my field recording/broadcasting sound setup?Hi! I am about to invest in some new gear for film/broadcast and just wanted to know what you think about this list. Please let me know if you have any suggestions, ideas or criticism. Thanks! Here's my setup: Wireless set: Sennheiser EM 9046 8 channel receiver, 9000 transmitters Lectrosonics 400 Series Wireless Lavalier Microphone System x4 Recording (8 to 24 track): Sound Devices 788T-SSD 8-Track + CL WIFI Onyx 1640i - 16-Channel FireWire Recording Mixer JoeCo - BBR1-B BLACKBOX RECORDER Microphones: Schoeps - CMIT WS4 SET - CMIT5U Shotgun Microphone Set (w/ Rycote - Windshield Kit) Sanken - CSS-5 Stereo Shotgun Microphone (w/ Rycote - Windshield Kit) Lectrosonics M152 Omnidirectional Lavalier x4 Sennheiser MKE1 x 8 DPA Microphones - 5100 Mobile 5.1 Surround Microphone Crown Audio PZM-6D Pressure Zone Microphone Sanken - CUB-01 Miniature Cardioid Boundary Microphone x2 IFB: Comtek - M-216 - Digitally Synthesized Wireless Transmitter (Option P7) Comtek - PR-216 Beltpack IFB Receiver (216-217 MHz) x 2 Lectrosonics - IFBT4 Frequency-Agile IFB Transmitter Lectrosonics - IFB-R1a UHF Belt-Pack Receiver TC: Timecode Buddy Wifi Master + Tx + iPad (Slate) Power: Xantrex Freedom SW New Gen ..and a sound cart. (any suggestions?) What do you think?
Being Ready For Rain
stephensharrod posted a topic in General DiscussionWas wondering what everybody's methods were. I have the boom rain guard, and the cover for my petrol bag and I wrapped the boom in plastic for the connections, being extra careful to not have much plastic bag noise. I know trew has a whole cover guard. But I always wonder what other people's methods are, and I always see on big shows they have rain towers and everything and people just get drenched. What does everyone do to keep the gear dry?
Les Misérables - An amazing achievement
Den Nic posted a topic in General DiscussionI just saw Les Misérables and it was phenominal. I congratulate Simon Hayes (AMPS) and his sound team for the amazing production sound in the movie, without which the brillant performaces and music heard in the movie would not be possible. Congratulations of course go to all involved in making the film, but the sound team deserves special praise to what they gave to that movie! If you work in production sound, you definitely need to see the movie
stephensharrod posted a topic in EquipmentHello! I had a question. I'm on a UCLA shoot and they have these lavs and I really like them, I've attached a picture, the wind screen doesn't come off as their cage glued them on. But the element is very small and it has a mechanism that can be put on a sennheiser g3. Any ideas as to what it is? I want to say it's a countryman but I'm not sure.