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    I do a variation on the above. And this is ADR...

    I do a variation on the above. And this is ADR for no/low budget films, Big budget films will be doing it a bit differently.

    I found that beeps and wipes are fun but mostly counter productive for...
  2. If any of the devices are on AC power try using...

    If any of the devices are on AC power try using batteries. Some devices have wanky grounding scheme's that can cause problems.
  3. Thread: Sterilizing Lavs

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    Well... From WHO And a company that makes...

    Well...
    From WHO

    And a company that makes UVC sterilizing equipment


    and


    You are sort of correct in that outside of artificial sources humans on Earth are not going to be exposed to UVC...
  4. Thread: Sterilizing Lavs

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    The "risk" is complicated because it's not a...

    The "risk" is complicated because it's not a known risk. Or rather the consequences are not defined. The average risk is not huge, many folks won't even know they had the virus and most of the rest...
  5. Thread: Sterilizing Lavs

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    THere are a number of problems with trying to use...

    THere are a number of problems with trying to use UVC. First is it's line of sight only, so not great with odd shapes and as a normal person you have an almost zero chance of getting ahold of a real...
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    This is more of a SWAG (scientific Wild Ass...

    This is more of a SWAG (scientific Wild Ass Guess) than an answer. FC uses QT as it's audio video engine. I took a look at some F4 files that have TC and QT didn't show the TC in any of it's info...
  7. Maybe? Problem is it's right in the vocal range...

    Maybe? Problem is it's right in the vocal range so notching might do weird things to the vocal. You might be able to take it out with Rx. Well you could definitely take it out but you might again...
  8. Aram, I think you misunderstood me. Yes I...

    Aram, I think you misunderstood me. Yes I listened to the rough and my comments on the low level is related to that. Everything else is related to the picture. Which is... Sound is not a graphic....
  9. Well, listening to a rough cut your levels were...

    Well, listening to a rough cut your levels were WAY lower that they should be so there should be a lot of garbage in there. I can see what is probably the camcorder (maybe LCD backlight?) at 5.6K or...
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    I would not have the picture editor do the sound....

    I would not have the picture editor do the sound. I also would go for a flat rate. I'm not sure what picture editors make (more than sound editors!) but when I was doing a bunch of mostly student...
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    I like the Fog horn kit but another option is an...

    I like the Fog horn kit but another option is an MP3 player board. I build some sound playback devices for an installation with them. They run about $6 on Amazon (or like a buck fifty in bulk from...
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    Thanks Alex. I was going to put in a link but...

    Thanks Alex. I was going to put in a link but about then the internet here crashed. I didn't even think my post got up...
    Now to try and get everything I need done before it all goes into the dark...
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    Dialog, ADR, VO are the only "speech" labels I...

    Dialog, ADR, VO are the only "speech" labels I would use, though if I'm splitting things up I will generally put each character on their own track or two. If you are fixing word weirdness it's much...
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    Really unlikely. When the wind gets that bad it...

    Really unlikely. When the wind gets that bad it has stepped all over the dialog and you can't really get rid of it and have anything useful left. I had a similar issue with a film that shot on a...
  15. Thread: Surgical EQ

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    Do it a Lot. Well recorded dialog in a good...

    Do it a Lot. Well recorded dialog in a good acoustic space will rarely need anything like that, but then how often does one get that in post... Not sure about the "unpleasant" sounds, what I am...
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    Checker boarding originally was so mixers (with...

    Checker boarding originally was so mixers (with no automation) had enough of a gap between clips to get in and out. Mixing analog till the 90's or late 80's was a one reel at a time no pauses no...
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    There is a "rule" that supposedly eliminates or...

    There is a "rule" that supposedly eliminates or at least vastly reduces the phaseyness. If I remember correctly it's three to one, I'm sure it can be googled. The idea is that the "off" mic is...
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    That is what it is called in film also. Your...

    That is what it is called in film also. Your time might be a little optimistic, but it does get faster as you go. It also depends on how much cleanup you do, and that is very project dependant. As...
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    From SD "The Scorpio, 888, 833, 633, and 688...

    From SD "The Scorpio, 888, 833, 633, and 688 offer two automatic mixing algorithms: Sound Devices’ own MixAssist and Dugan Automix, a collaboration between Sound Devices and Dan Dugan Sound Design,...
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    A small correction. I fell into the trap also by...

    A small correction. I fell into the trap also by implying that the phase invert shifts the phase. It doesn't in inverts the polarity, it doesn't shift the phase.
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    To clear up some assumptions When I said "close"...

    To clear up some assumptions When I said "close" I meant "close" not paired mic. He is filming an interview/ conversation they are not going to be very far apart, JCS just made the assumption. IF...
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    The reason I would not even try flipping the...

    The reason I would not even try flipping the phase is that what you have is a latency issue not a phase issue. Because it's a timing thing the phase difference between the two channels is frequency...
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    The hollow sound is phasing because of the...

    The hollow sound is phasing because of the difference in distance between the two mics. Using only one at a time is the best way to solve the problem. You could also keep them in stereo that should...
  24. Tascam also has a camera mountable recorder that...

    Tascam also has a camera mountable recorder that will trigger off a HDMI feed.
  25. Thread: Ask A Zoom Rep

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    Yes. I don't shoot much video I'm a sound guy. ...

    Yes. I don't shoot much video I'm a sound guy. I also don't do a lot of production work, I mostly do SFX recording. Admittedly SFX work can be pretty hard on equipment so...
    1/4" tape was pretty...
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