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Don't be afraid to let the impact sound clip out/distort. Since the impact is such a transient sound, the distortion will add character to the recording, but be short enough in duration that it should …
answered Nov 27 '12 by Shaun Farley
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Besides the obvious answer of extinct animals. My first priority would probably be to record ambiences without the presence of human civilization. No cars and traffic, no aircraft, no electrical inter …
answered Feb 24 '13 by Shaun Farley
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Would you believe that I haven't gone through all of them yet?! I don't think I've even gone through half of them...which is ridiculous! If I were to just go by "memory of the moment" right now, I'd …
answered Jan 2 '13 by Shaun Farley
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There's a debate that occurs every once in a while about the merits of X/Y vs. ORTF when working with cardioid pattern mics. The thrust of the argument is that ORTF is a better choice when using cardi …
answered Aug 22 '11 by Shaun Farley
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I'd say it's a question of knowing what you're recording in this case...because, no, I don't always record with the limiters on. I've heard some do some funny "pumping" in the past that were spawned b …
answered Jul 18 '11 by Shaun Farley
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We've used the old standard PortaBrace at work for a long time, but we're switching over to petrol bags. We have this one (Eargonizer - Large) for use with our Deva 5.8, and we're looking into the new …
answered Oct 2 '10 by Shaun Farley
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Whenever I have down-time at work, I spend it either experimenting/trying to learn something new or adding to our library. Ignoring that, I also spend hours each week working on my personal library at …
answered Nov 20 '12 by Shaun Farley
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It might be possible to code something in Max/MSP or PureData that could handle the recording side for you on an always on computer. It would definitely take a bit of work, but you could set something …
answered Jul 6 '12 by Shaun Farley
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Has anyone used both IDX and Anton Bauer? We have Anton Bauer gear at work, so I don't think I'll ever get anyone to switch over, but I'd be interested in any brief comparison reviews anyone could pr …
answered Aug 28 '10 by Shaun Farley
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Well, first off, keep the recording, because it's a really cool effect. Who knows when you'll find a use for it. I assume you've tested the mics going into a different recorder? Have you also tested …
answered Sep 1 '10 by Shaun Farley
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I don't have a 416...but with shotgun mics in general, i try not to cover the grills. They're an essential part of what makes an interference tube and interference tube. Another relevant point with wi …
answered May 17 '11 by Shaun Farley
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We have a couple of Earthworks mics at work, and they are excellent. They will not be a poor investment. You may or may not be correct in your assumptions regarding mics and pre's, perhaps someone el …
answered Jul 28 '10 by Shaun Farley
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On the contrary, I own two blue line bodies and cardioid and hypercardioid capsules for each. They're great mics, but, yes, the stereotypical Sennheiser and Schoeps mics are definitely nicer. They do …
answered Nov 21 '12 by Shaun Farley
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I've used it on rare occasions, and I do mean RARE, to process the center part of a stereo image. The few times I've done it was when there was something in a track that obfuscates a piece's dialog in …
answered Jul 29 '11 by Shaun Farley
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So, this question is for anyone out there who has used both Rode and Rycote wind protection systems. Twice now I've heard people say they prefer the Rode system over the Rycote (Haydn Payne here on SS …
asked Feb 23 '11 by Shaun Farley

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