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Looking for a sound mixer with boom, timecode and 4+ channels of wireless for a full day 6/20 and a half day 6/19 for a TV documentary shoot in Semiahmoo. Please reply as soon as possible via email or TEXT to firstname.lastname@example.org or 503-891-0075 Thanks
Hey, I just arrived in the great northwest last weekend and I am looking to get connected and get some work. I am living outside of the city with some family until I can find some work and a place to live. If anyone has any contacts that I can pursue or any leads on work that would be great. I am used to doing live audio for bands and musicals, but I have also done sound design for theatre, boom mic for short films, and corporate events audio. If anyone is interested in more info just ask. -Jacob
Audio Spectrum for Wireless
mikekleven posted a topic in WorkflowHello everyone. This is my first post here. I do a number of roles in video/film production including directing, camera and editing. But in the last year there has been more demand in my services as a boom op/production sound recordist. Specifically in the narrative branch which is the most enjoyable for me. As interest has picked up I've been adding to my sound kit. The most recent addition has been the Sennhieser G3 deluxe wireless kit from B and H. My package has arrived now. Before I dig into it I want to check into the wireless spectrum that is best for Seattle. My unit happens to be "A". A friend mentioned that that "G" is a good way to go. Somewhere in the last year I did see a list of spectrum recommendations per city/region. Since the system was not inexpensive I want it to work well for some time to come. I may in time end up working in the larger production hubs as well. So being up on the spectrum issues will be a plus. Does anyone have knowledge on this subject or access to a data base? Thanks much! Michael Kleven www.michaelkleven.com