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 […]
WTVF Cameraman Nathan Sharkey and his newly outfitted camera Over the years WTVF–NewsChannel 5 in Nashville, Tennessee, has kept a close watch on emerging and evolving technologies and is often among the first to adopt systems that will truly aid their mission of news gathering and delivery. NewsChannel 5 was […]
I get asked more and more every day about camera hops –what’s available and what’s coming. It seems as though we have run around the circle in audio from double system Nagra to recording direct to camera and now back to double system on hard disk recorders (and with a […]
This past June our Tyler Wade and his staff at the Trew Audio Toronto store hosted an evening of information and discussion regarding some elements of the Sound for Picture Workflow. Our panel of experts for the evening included Charlie Parra of Denecke, Kyle Kurbegovich of PS Toronto, Julian Daboll […]
Lectrosonics has long owned a majority stake in the North American film and television audio market. Their Digital Hybrid wireless is massively successful. Using digital audio processing in the transmitter and receiver, they effectively removed the companding noise used in traditional analog wireless systems. Lectrosonics has finally answered the all […]
Zaxcom founder and President, Glenn Sanders, gives Skylor a detailed description and demonstration of their newest product, the QRX100–a 4-channel Digital ENG Receiver.
Lectrosonic’s Gordon Moore describes and displays the new Octo Pack 8 Channel Wireless Receiver distribution unit, the HM plug-on transmitter and the SRBATTSLED for use with the SRa and SRa-5P ENG Receivers.
While wireless microphone transmitters are normally thought of as being used with microphones, we often use them for line-level signals, such as when tapping into mixing board feeds or when using them as wireless “camera hops” to a camcorder. It has been determined that the previously recommended line input cable sometimes forced the transmitter limiters to work too soon and more often than Trew Audio recommends
Regardless of your preferences: analog vs. digital, touch screen vs. buttons, DVD vs. Flashcard, or simply, loyalty to one brand over another, everyone must agree that during the last 10 years Zaxcom has blazed the trail for new sound technologies in film and video production with a very influential sword. […]
News from the North Hall, Las Vegas Convention Center… I’m back from a whirlwind trip to the windy desert. With the help of Dion Saunders, of Trew Audio Vancouver, we scoured the audio hall for the best and brightest. Here is a snip of what we saw. Simply click the […]