|10-24-2010, 06:16 PM||#1|
Join Date: Nov 2006
Location: The Cabin - Pacific Northwest
...are all pictures and sound running down the same track at the same time."
Once I grasped this concept from whom I consider to be a master filmmaker, that audio is HALF...50% of your end-work, it pays to pay strict attention to detail in that arena, because you can have the finest looking pictures up on the screen, and if the sound quality sucks, nobody is going to stay with it. But you can have all sorts of weird shet up on the screen, and if the audio quality and quality is really good, people cannot be pried away.
For a mic, I use Audio-Technica at835b if I'm serious. For fucking around I use a cheapo.
Very informative article here:
The owls are not what they seem...
|10-24-2010, 07:19 PM||#2|
I ♣ Seals
Join Date: Jun 2007
Location: The woods
Thanks for link.
If you got a problem, yo I'll solve it, check out the beat while the DJ revolves it.
|11-08-2010, 08:04 PM||#3|
Red, Blue, and White
Join Date: Mar 2007
I need to get a condenser mic, I have an akg d770 which is like a sm58 just hotter, and a/t 's but no condenser, thanks bash
Some days, you just can't get rid of a bomb. - Batman, circa 1960s
My definition of an intellectual is someone who can listen to the William Tell Overture without thinking of the Lone Ranger.
|04-13-2011, 06:56 AM||#4|
Join Date: Jun 2007
My work mics are sm-85's,sm-55's,akg d120's and various sennheisers and ev's.I always build my own cables using classic switchcraft a3m/f,pl-250's,nuetrix and belden cable 8412 5/conductor for balanced and 9555 copper co-axial for hi-impedance sends.I also build my own 12-32 channel snakes of various legnths.
|04-13-2011, 07:04 AM||#5|
Join Date: May 2007
I've got an AKG C414 ... brilliant for everything.
|04-13-2011, 07:32 AM||#6|
Join Date: Jun 2007
I almost forgot,a partial list of my music pa for sound gigs and my best friends bands.None of my production gear is listed(reference audio,digital,etc.)
1.Two 18" McAuley bass speakers in custom built birch cabinets McAuleys reconed-2004.Design is front load bass reflex.
2.Two EAW designed cabinets loaded w/two 15" *JBL's and a two inch JBL horn and driver(2440).Cabinets crafted by Florida sound engineering. Jax,Fl.Design is front load bass reflex.*#2225H
3.Two 12" two way JBL angle front stage monitors(model # 4602 A Cabaret ).Design is front load bass reflex.
4.Two 12" two way angled stage monitors(Passport custom ).Design is front load bass reflex.
5.Two 12" Electro-voice two way angled stage monitors(custom crafted cabinets).Design is font load acoustic suspension.
1A.Lo-power(commercial) p.a. system
1.Two 15" Yorkville speakers in seperate horn loaded cabinets(upgraded 1978 concert horn),design is horn loaded bass reflex.
2.Two Renkus-Heinz 1" high frequency horns-front loaded.
1.Urei JBL model 6290 (4).
2.Crown Com-Tech 400 (1).
3.Crown Power Base 2 (2).
3.Alesis RA-100 (1).
4.QSC M1200 (1).
5.QSC USA850 (1).
6.Peavey M-3000 (1).(yeah,I know)
1.One Yamaha stereo 1/3 rd octave(31 band) model # Q2130A equalizer.
2.One Biamp mono 1/3 rd octave model # EQ21 equalizer.
3.One Tapco Electro-voice 1/3 rd octave model # 2230 equalizer.
1.One Alesis stereo compressor limiter model # 3630.
2.One DBX Project 1 stereo compressor-limiter.
1.One Yamaha stereo reverberation unit model REV-7(studio grade user configurable).
2.One Lexicon digital delay model 93 PRIME TIME.
3.One ART model DR2a multi effects processor.
4.One Alesis Micro-verb 3 multi effects processor.
5.One Alesis Midi-verb 2 multi effects processor.
1.One Ashly 5 way mono-3 way stereo frequecy divider(crossover network) model # XR2001
2.One Ashly 3 way stereo frequency divider model # SC-77
1.One Yamaha eight(8) channel stereo mixer model #PM-430.One monitor send,one efx loop.
2.One 16x2x1 Yamaha 16 channel stereo mixing console model #1603.One monitor send,two efx loops.
3.One twelve channel Electro-voice model#BK 1202 12 channel stereo mixer.One monitor,two efx
4.One 24 channel Mackie 8bus stereo console,six efx loops-recording mixer.
5.One Mackie 1402VLZ stereo mixer w/two efx loops.
1.One Shure SM-85 phanton powered condensor mic.
2.Three Shure SM-58 vocal/instrument mics.
3.15 Shure SM-57 instrument/vocal mics
4.Four AKG D-112 bass microphones.
5.Four Shure SM-55Sh mics.
1.Up to eight independently programmable channels w/scene programming.NorthStar Lighting Sytems
contoller w/up to eight 300w par 57 and two 500w par 64 fixtures.
2.75'of red,white,and yellow chaseable rope lights w/sound controllers.
A.We employ audio/cd players,cassette recorders,hi-fi vcrs for audio recording and playback,we also have fm tuners available on the system.(or I can now connect to any one of several digital mastering systems)
B.All cables for audio and electrical supply are broadcast and industrial types.Standards include:
Belden,Switchcraft,Alpha,Monster,Hubbel,Nuetrix,al l connectors are engineered to broadcast specs.
Minimum electical requirements are 240vac @ 50amps nominal.Single phase,center tapped.
C.We can provide up to six(6) independent stage monitor mixes for vocal artists and a true discreet three channel stereo main mix if desired.Venues larger than school or municipal auditoriums will require six weeks advance notice on order.System spec sheet,prices,and references available on request.Engineer of system will always be present during operation as either supervisor or contractor/operator(Me).
|04-13-2011, 07:46 AM||#7|
Join Date: Jun 2007
|05-19-2011, 10:47 AM||#8|
No Sin Bin can hold ME!
Join Date: Jan 2007
Location: GB Manchester
Blog Entries: 5
I use an SM57 (because EVERYONE should have an SM57), an Audio Technica AT 2035 which is a lovely warm mic and a Rode NT1-A which has to be one of my all time favourites, lots of bang for the buck there. I also have a cheap lapel mic which is due for replacement some time soon.
Tipping cows in fields Elysian and swimming in the Super-Sargasso sea