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In addition to the response from coaxmw : The bandwidth of a word clock signal is much higher than an audio signal, which means you cannot transmit a word clock over an audio wireless system, neither record it on an audio track. One possible workflow for your case is to resync all clips with the audio from the audio recorder prior to editing, which is ...


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Wordclock and timecode are different things. Wordclock sync is basically just making sure that 48K on the master is 48K on the slave device. It doesn't have any positional reference. It is good to have everything locked to a wordclock or black burst master no matter what type of work you are doing to avoid clocking errors between equipment and to prevent ...


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First things first, use your crossover. You should connect your main outputs to it and feed your main loudspeakers and your subwoofers power amps from it. Connecting and learning how to configure your crossover should be easy enough and straightforward, after you do some reading of the manual. This will give you the advantage of using less faders to control ...


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I tend to do a lot of gun sound design, here are some of my favorite gun reference films: Saving Private Ryan - Amaznigly detailed and stylized shots, bullet bys, and impacts Miami Vice (2006) - The guns just sound dirty to me, everything feels real, the shootout at the end is great, I epecially like how every gun has it's own sonic space True Lies - ...


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What kind of fire arms are you looking for? Present day, historical, futuristic? For present day, a big film I go to is HEAT. The gun fight in that movie is one of the best I have seen/heard. A go to for sound design ideas. For over the top fun, "The Expendables has some really good bits too. For a historical movies, "Saving Private Ryan" and "A Band of ...


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