The people over at Sound Devices give us a short insight on the rack-mounted PIX 260.
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 […]
On September 8th, Sound Devices rocked our world with their latest product release: the 552 Mixer/Recorder. Evolving from the esteemed 442 mixer, the 552 has 5 mic/line inputs, all with pre or post fader direct outputs, plus two other very notable additions: a built-in stereo recorder, and four channels of […]
Paul Isaacs of Sound Devices shows off the new CL-2 Boom Fader Controller for use with the 788T Recorder.
When Sound Devices released information on the CL-8, the most common question customers asked was “How?” “How does it add recording tracks?” “How do you route to the new auxes and where do they output?” Sadly, my answers were usually, “I’m not sure, but Sound Devices rarely disappoints.” Now that I’ve had a […]
Public transportation… I love it. Partly due to my roots in a small town, part gas prices, and part Nashville barely has any. So on a recent trip to Chicago to see the sights from the Sears tower, and visit some of my wife’s family in the suburbs, we used […]