Trew Audio is proud to announce the addition of WisyCom to our lineup of wireless systems with a FREE TRANSMITTER introductory package offer (details below). For the first time ever, our US customers will have the opportunity to get their hands on these systems used by so many professionals worldwide. (Availability in Canada is pending government approval, which is expected very soon)
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.
As purists often do, we who have stubbornly insisted on a hardwired boom must finally admit defeat: What started as a novel party trick called “Wireless Boom” is now the rule. On production stages where a hand-held boom is used, the boom mic is much more likely to be wireless […]
The Winter 2013 edition of CAS Quarterly has a recap of our FCC Licensing Workshop hosted last month in Los Angeles. Click the image below to view the article. You can also click here to watch video of the FCC Licensing Workshop. Open publication – Free publishing – More cinema
Shure introduces a wireless system perfect for ENG shooters.
An overview of the K-Tek Shark.
A look at an unique wireless accessory.
Glenn shows off the ZFR300 digital audio recorder from Zaxcom.
Glenn from Zaxcom breaks down the TRX742 plug-on transmitter.
A look at the WM watertight transmitter by Lectrosonics.