Peter-John Campbell
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India Street Ambience
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If it's a busy market street. A lot of traffic, small cars and mopeds, rickshaws both pulled by motor bike or horses, lots of people.

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tv series production
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At Footnote, we're using the Sony EX3 for our host shoots, we're using a Letus to give it a little more character and make it feel less like video. Out on the road we use mainly Cannon 7D and 5D. As ...

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Mixing a film to be viewed on mulitple screens
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Wow that sounds interesting, I've never done that. are the screens in different rooms? You might want to feel the room out a bit to know if you need to watch your midrange, also wouldn't hurt to know ...

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If you could ask Walter Murch one question (or piece of advice), what would it be?
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One question? That's all I get? Would you edit my next film?

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What non-standard gear is an important part of your kit
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My Merrell shoes.

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Hollywood Style "Booms and swooshes" for layering?
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For some good swishes, us a thin dowel rod and pretend it's a sward, swish it around in front of the mic (careful don't hit it.) - You might want to record with a flat EQ and and maybe think about ...

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Monster footsteps (animation)
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Maybe something like an concert base drumb, maybe put some metallic pieces on it to give it that low rubble with a rattle. I really want to see this sequence, it sound great.

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Damaged Ears are common
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You're right. I have found the same thing to be true. I am very protective of my ears and what I expose them too. (Maybe to a point of annoying my wife.) I know a lot of guys who blare their music at ...

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Broadcast Level Requirement
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WGN America requires -20 for unity gain.

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Does anybody here ever do sound for motion graphics?
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Yeah my team specializes in that you can see our work at www.fntv.com. If you are looking for someone to do sound design for MG feel free to contact me at pete@claymorepictures.com we'll hook you up.

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