TASCAM DR-60D may eventually turn out to be a good product for double system DLSR production, but there are some concerns.
A Trew Audio customer brought his Tascam DR-60D to our Los Angeles store hoping we could figure out why his recordings had a serious noise issues. He also brought in the two Canon 5D Mark II cameras he was using with the DR-60D.
In the not so distant past there have been major updates to long standing products. If we follow the sound flow from the tip of the boom to the cans on the ears a lot has changed. As we progress with new innovations and ideas we can see more products becoming more modular.
Zaxcom’s Glenn Sanders stopped by Coffey Sound for a look at Zaxcom’s new digital wireless features combined with the Nomad mixer/recorder, creating an all-digital sound bag. In this set of videos, Glenn explains this all-AES interconnected system that improves the quality and reliability of wireless microphones, recorded audio, and wireless […]
One box. Many uses. We’re going to see the MixPre-D with just about everyone who works in professional field production audio because with a single, compact, affordable, high quality box, the MixPre-D combines the utility that previously required three separate devices. It’s a two-channel mic pre and analog mixer. It’s […]
Since the Sound Devices CL-9 hit the blogosphere, views and how-to’s have filled the web. Instead of rehashing what the CL-9 is designed to do, I’ve decided to take a practical approach to using the communications section of the new control surface. If the boom operators wish to listen to […]
As we looked back over 2009 we found several things to be happy about. NAB2009 brought out a few new products of interest and the Sound Devices 552 debuted to a waiting crowd. We worked to bring some clarity to the complex and ever changing world of digital workflows with […]