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Hey Guys, I'm a UK based sound recordist and I've got a TV pilot to shoot.I have a Sound Devices 744T and 442 mixer. I need to use 6 radio packs and a boom for this job and would welcome any work-arounds or maybe you've done the same thing.There's no budget to hire in any more gear so I'm thinking I'll have to "double up" on some channels.Waddayathink???
Hey There, I have a Professional 442 Mixer and a Korg MR-1000 - 1-Bit Professional Digital Mobile Recorder for $1500 OBO. 1-bit Future-Proof Recording 40GB Internal Drive XLR/TRS Combo Inputs XLR and RCA Outputs USB Port Specs Here for the Recorder: http://www.soundonsound.com/sos/mar07/articles/korgmr.htm http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/485879-REG/Korg_MR1000_MR_1000_1_Bit_Professional.html Mixer is included as well! Thanks for your time and have a great day! Nick Text or e mail 323-456-3580
I just bought a used 442 that I want to use with my DR-680. Basically, I am planning on sending 4 direct outs from the 442 tracks to four of the DR-680 channels and then sending a mix from the main XLR outs on the 442 to the last two channels on the 680. I was wondering if anyone who is using this combination of gear could share how they are using it and also if they are recording on the DR-680 to stereo pairs or mono files. I would like to record to 4 mono tracks for the direct outs and a stereo pair for the mix, but I don't think that is possible on the DR-680. As for monitoring, are you sending the direct outs from the DR-680 back into the 442 and monitoring that? I'd appreciate hearing anyone's advice on using these two pieces of gear together.
I have to feed two Sony EX-1's with my 442. My question is: Do both 442 outputs (the XLR and the TA3M) work simultaneously? If so, I can just use an adaptor cable for the B camera, right? If not, how can I do this? Thanks for any input you guys can offer. Rachel