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location film boom mic rain

Hello, Just a quick question for anyone with any relative experience: How to reduce the sound of the rain on the microphone when recording in the rain on set, also what protection we can use for ...
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Recording in heavy rain & protecting your mics

Howdy! I've been searching this site and various other ones extensively for an answer to my problem, but so far I've not found a satisfactory solution. I'm going to the Bolivian Amazon in about a ...
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First Time Recording in Forests

I've lived in Dubai all my life and have never really been "into the wild" much other than camping in the desert and mountainous areas as a Boy Scout so this is pretty exciting. I'm going to be ...
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Petrol Deca Eargonizer in bad weather/harsh environment

Howdy! I just received my brand new Petrol Deca Eargonizer Small audio bag in the post, after reading many recommendations online about this bag. It certainly seems to be very useful and cleverly ...
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Wind protection for a Lav

Hello everyone, Today I'm looking to find the best possible wind protection for a lav mic. Something that does a great job, yet also sounds good in the bargain. I know, a catch 22, right? So I was ...
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Which bags you use?

Simple, which bags you use for caring your equipment and why?
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Anyone use XLR caps in the field?

Having spent a salty, windy, and damp day at a raging Pacific Beach this weekend, I realized that I really had no decent way to protect my XLR connectors from sand; I had to hike with all my gear to ...
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What are you using for waterproofing?

If you are taking your recording gear in rainy climates or large amounts of water, what sort of waterproofing techniques are you using? Waterproof bags? Anybody have any sound devices wetsuits? ...
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Field Recordists - How do you protect your mics on the way to the field?

So I've recently been doing a bit of hiking to remote locations for field recording. On my trips so far I have used a rain coat that also zips up into a bag to hold my m/s rig in a rycote with a bit ...
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keeping insects away from furry windscreens

Not sure how common a problem this is for people... Lately I've been recording in 'buggy' places to capture ambient nature sounds. I recently upgraded to some decent cardioid mics which always need ...