pd170user Posted March 1, 2006 Report Share Posted March 1, 2006 Believe it or not I was a soundman in college back 66,67(vietnam veteran,ranger). I did Glen Yarborough,Johnny Mathis,The Turtles live on stage and I had pro-mics hanging from stage ceiling that I would pot up/pot down as the artists moved on the stage. Now I am really excited about the sound carts you fellows use and I've got to learn more about how you set them up. My stage mics were fed in to pro- Ampex decks via a Collins sound board and I sat inside a professional sound room. Here's my question- Is it practical to have mics at different locations on a film set and actually pot up/pot down with the action. I had an idea about doing this on a production that I want to shoot. Does anybody in the sound business ever use this technique? Greg Gross Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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