production sound for film & TV
Was delighted to opine on the subject of how it was we made the sound for “What Maisie Knew”.
Love that Sound & Picture gives us a public voice for the discussion of our craft.
The late Ken Regan took the portrait upper right.
Long title for the opportunity to give a micro-speech
Thrilled for the chance, and to see my colleagues again.
Here’s a link to the Press Release:
Tags: 2013 Emmy Nomination
NY sound mixer Alex Ramirez has shared his process for fabricating low-profile XLR connectors that are more important than they should be for our current workflows.
Thanks for sharing, Alex!
Below is a step by step tutorial on how I made my version of DIY low-profile right angle XLRF connectors.
There’s a story about Poplar Wood Farm’s successful Kickstarter project that includes a video of the barn raising over at NJ.com HERE.
Here’s a direct link to the video: http://video-embed.nj.com/services/player/bcpid1949044328001?bctid=2341135029001&bckey=AQ~~,AAAAPLMIP6E~,BRrRHTAljlHRdo2SPuH4cYpjTxdIZDlA
Looks like they’re going gangbusters.
Delighted to have been a part of it.
Have a half-day of EXT’s next week; and no, despite this post I’m not praying for wind.
Didn’t have EXT wind protection for the Schoeps CMIT5u mics, but now, I do.
We’ll see how well they play with the wires outside and how they are in weather (mixed reports), but my guess based on INT applications in that this represents an improvement.
Next on the list is an older 48-V 816 from Sennheiser