Since the release of the Sound Devices 633, we’ve noticed a number of questions that customers are consistently asking. I’ve addressed the top 20 FAQs below. If you have any further questions, please contact a member of our sales staff or e-mail me directly.READ MORE
Trew Audio is proud to present a detailed look at the 633, Sound Devices’ latest field production mixer. Join Jesse Santoyo and Chris Frasco as they dive deep into this exciting new product, covering everything from its basic layout to some intricacies of the menu system. The Sound Devices 633 is currently inREAD MORE
Zoom hand held recorders have found their way into many sound professionals’ bags. Indeed, the H4 pushed the envelope of portable low-cost recording with a device that provide substantial sound quality, sophisticated features in an affordable package.READ MORE
TASCAM DR-60D may eventually turn out to be a good product for double system DLSR production, but there are some concerns.
A Trew Audio customer brought his Tascam DR-60D to our Los Angeles store hoping we could figure out why his recordings had a serious noise issues. He also brought in theREAD MORE
Summertime, and the living is easy… but as always, that’s about to change. For many in the world of Television production sound, late spring/early summer is a much needed time of rest (called “hiatus,” in the industry, usually a couple of months) that comes between the wrap of theREAD MORE
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 ofREAD MORE