Film & TV Recording.
Location Recorders for use on Location, in the Studio and for ADR.
- Edirol R-4 Pro. Digital Solid State (80GB Hard Disk Drive), 4-Channel Digital Recorder & Mixer with SMPTE Time Code sync. 4 channels of uncompressed sound/audio up to 24bit/192kHz in BWF with embedded time code. Two of these: I always like a back up.
- Edirol R-44, Digital Solid State (SDHD Card), 4-Channel digital recorder & mixer. 4 channels of uncompressed audio of 16-bit or 24-bit and sampling frequencies of 44.1kHz; 48kHz; 88.2kHz; 96kHz; 192kHz. BWF, WAV.
I love these recorders as I am able to connect via USB to the DIT system and download the sound very quickly. I have been on quite a few shoots with the Canon 5 & 7D, Red & Alexa and have developed workflow solutions to combat the lack of time code and other quirks.
These are two old war horses that I keep, just in case!
- HHB Portadat TC (Time code), 2 channel/stereo digital DAT Recorder with timecode
- Sony MZ-R20, 2 channel digital mini disc recorder/player in an ASC MD-REPORT! kit from Canford Audio.
I have a varied collection of microphones for all eventualities and sound conditions.
Shotgun for Location and Studio.
- Neumann KMR82i, long mono shotgun;
- audio-technica AT835ST – Stereo short shotgun (MS & LR Stereo)
- audio-technica BP4027 – Stereo long shotgun (MS & LR Stereo)
- beyer dynamic MCE86N (C) – Mono medium shotgun
- Sony C74 – Mono medium shotgun
- Sennheiser MKH 815T – Mono long shotgun
- sE Electronics sE1a - Pencil condenser
Lapel for Location and Studio
- Tram TR50 x 3
- Sony ECM 66 x 2
with Rycote; windshields, windjammers and shock mounts; Audio Technica windshield and support; Lightwave Equaliser; Panamic boom poles
and Radio Microphone Systems
- 3 x MICRON Diversity SDR UHF Radio Mic; Various requencies; TRAM TR50 & Sony lapel mics
- 2 x Shure T3 T11 lapel mics
Directors Sound Monitor: radio link from sound recorder to directors video monitor, with 4 individual headphone channels.