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Hi all, We have some great speakers and workshops for our event we're holding over the 17th and 18th of November, and thought it might be of interest to members. I hope you don't mind me posting about it here! Please let me know if these kind of posts are not appropriate. Some details are below: The Sound of Story - An Exploration of Sound and Music in Storytelling. Lighthouse presents The Sound of Story: two stimulating days of talks, masterclasses and workshops featuring a stellar line-up of world-class sound professionals. Showcasing critically acclaimed and innovative projects, The Sound of Story is aimed at filmmakers, sound practitioners, music producers and film lovers. Through a series of talks and workshops, leading sound professionals discuss their work, influences and insights, offering a rare opportunity to learn about the power of the soundtrack, and the importance of designing projects with sound in mind from the start. Speakers include: Chris Watson - Frozen Planet (BBC) / Soundstage (Radio 4) / El Tren Fantasma (CD for Touch) / Soundscapes (National Gallery) Magz Hall - Ambisonic soundtrack of Hong Kong Airport / Radio Mind (radio installation) / Tree Radio (for the Yorkshire Sculpture Park) Barry Adamson - Moss Side Story / Soul Murder / Natural Born Killers / Lost Highway / The Beach / The Swing The Hole And The Lie / Nick Cave & the Bad Seeds Martin Stig Andersen - Inside / Limbo / Rabbit at the Airport / Ring road A141 Glenn Freemantle - Gravity / Slumdog Millionaire / Paddington Workshop leaders include: Anna Bertmark - Lilting / The Goob Joakim Sundström - Berberian Sound Studio / The Constant Gardener / Seven Psychopaths Chris Watson - Frozen Planet (BBC) / Soundstage (Radio 4) / El Tren Fantasma (CD for Touch) / Soundscapes (National Gallery) Louise Brown - Moshi Monsters: The Movie / We Are Monster / Damascus Cover The event will take place in Brighton UK, the talks at Brighton Dome and the workshops locations vary. For more details, please check the website: http://www.lighthouse.org.uk/programme/the-sound-of-story-2015 I really hope this is of interest, and that you're able to attend.
I own a 744T but it's simply not enough tracks for me. I'm starting to do bigger, better projects, with more speaking roles. SO, my question is simple: I'd like people's opinions on whether I should purchase the Sound Devices 664 (with option of adding the CL-6), the Sound Devices 788T, (Not necessarily a mixer/recorder all in one, but still, a great digital recording tool) or a Zaxcom Nomad 10. Tossups: Buying a 664 = Buying a new bag. I have the Petrol Eargonizer Large. I thought this was as big as they get!? Buying a 664 or Nomad 10 means I need a whole new battery distribution system. Expensive right away, but I know it's worth it in the long run. Buying a 788T - I feel like it's doesn't have the same mixing capabilities as the 664 fully stacked. Buying a Nomad 10 - What happens when I need more inputs? I'm stuck in the same boat! Any and all opinions are welcome. Ian