Remote Audio’s HN 7506 High Noise headsets have been a big hit for professionals who want to protect their ears while monitoring the quality of their recordings. Heavy duty yet surprisingly comfortable, these headsets seal off outside ambience by as much as 45dB, and they’re designed to match the sound quality of the industry standard Sony MDR-7506.
The new Tig Q28 timecode generator is just 2.8 cubic inches, which is about a third the size of the original Tig. Loaded with features, its tiny size fits even the smallest cameras and rigs. The variable timecode output level and “flow through audio design” adds practicality for cameras and recorders that are not designed to receive timecode.
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With the recently released Clockit Timecode App iDevice software from Ambient, the MovieSlate app and editing software like PluralEyes, the production world is buzzing with questions. Is it safe to use? Should I get rid of my clapper slate? What are the features & benefits, advantages & disadvantages? Hopefully, this […]
The Nagra VI, One Year Later… “Under-promise, over-deliver”. When this philosophy is behind a product, the customers who use it are well served. It is the sign of a confident and mature company, a hallmark of Nagra, and it is apparent in the continuing history of the Nagra VI. Possibly […]
One way I keep my hands and ears in sound mixing for film and video production is to fill in for Trew Audio customers who, for one reason or another, need someone to fill in for them. So, when Kevin Smith’s usual sound mixer, Atlanta-based Whit Norris, found himself booked […]