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.
In the late 1960’s, the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers (SMPTE) adopted longitudinal timecode (LTC) as a method of making video and audio match. Timecode is the industry standard frame numbering system that assigns a specific number to each frame of video in the format of hours, minutes, seconds, and frames, while recording the same number on a corresponding audio track. And though there is a profusion of different frame rates, not that much has changed – both sound and picture people need a highly accurate clock to generate a starting point for all parties to reference. But what has changed is the way in which we manage timecode.
Punk’d, U.S.-based MTV’s hidden camera show, prides itself on leaving viewers hungry for more pranks when they surprise the most recognized celebrities. With Clear-Com’s intercom solutions, the Punk’d production team was able to carry out even funnier jokes in its ninth season. Clear-Com’s Eclipse-PiCo digital matrix and Encore partyline intercom […]
Sebastian Fell and Klaus Grosser tour the new ACL 204 Lockit Box.
The man behind Optocore explains the ins and outs of a very in-depth system.
Clear-Com unlocks seamless roaming for their Tempest 2400 system.
Clear-Com Eclipse & Optocore Integration explained.