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Mixer Profile: Peter Devlin

From Belfast, Northern Ireland, Peter Devlin has climbed purposefully, methodically, and patiently, to earn his place among the most respected and sought after feature film production sound mixers in the US. The story of his career should interest the most experienced and certainly inspire those beginning their trek. A career in Film production is unique […]

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The Lectrosonics UCR-200D

New Frequency Selectable Portable Wireless System Since 90% of the portable wireless mics in the US professional market are from Lectrosonics, wouldn’t it be great if they built a frequency agile system for us? GUESS WHAT — NOW THEY DO! Each UCR-200D diversity system has over 200 frequencies available. The receiver has an ingenious auto-tracking […]

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Memoirs of a Sound Mixer: The TV Movie

(As appeared in Audio Media Magazine Oct 1999 Issue) To make a living as a freelance sound mixer working in the small film and television market of Nashville, Tennessee, I’ve had to work on every type of production there is: Commercials, Sports, Features Films, News, Music Variety Shows, Documentaries, Music Videos, Sitcoms, Soap Operas, Corporate… […]

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The Zaxcom Deva II Recorder

(As appeared in Audio Media Magazine September 1999 Issue) Location sound recordists are bound to fall into one of three categories: (1) Hanging on to their love affair with their Nagra. (2) Using a DAT until something really better comes along. (3) Like me, both. Guess what? The wait may be over. Those that have […]

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“Prime Time Country”

The Trew Audio rental department has had the privilege of working with TNN (The Nashville Network) on a number of shoots. Many times we have provided walkie-talkies, repeaters and numerous accessories for these shoots. Brad Adams, the Communications Engineer, works closely with Trew Audio, providing us with a list of frequencies for reprogramming our radios. […]

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Nashville Entrepreneur: Buckin’ the Corporate Life

Nashville Business In Review, October 22, 1996 Story by Laura Millard From the windy streets of Chicago to the royal trappings of Kuwait City, Glen Trew has worked on projects as varied as presidential press conferences and Gulf War newscasts to the highest of art forms, made-for-TV movies. He’s not one of those household names […]

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