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CTVA 358 and FTV534 Presentations: Location Sound Recording

Getting Started In The Industry

Category: CTVA 358 and FTV534 Presentations: Location Sound Recording Last Updated on August 16, 2013 Fred Ginsburg

Getting to the Director's ChairAdvice to students about to graduate and looking to get started in the film industry.

A guide to creating your resume, how to network and get noticed, making the most of trade shows and film festivals, creating your own internship, and how to survive working deferred on your first films.

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Marantz PMD660 Guide

Category: CTVA 358 and FTV534 Presentations: Location Sound Recording Last Updated on March 01, 2013 Sound Sage

Marantz PMD660 2-track recorderA brief presentation outlining the basic operation and use of the Marantz PMD660 2-track recorder. A very popular unit well suited for double system sound recording for film and video applications.

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Multitrack Workflow for Cinema/Video

Category: CTVA 358 and FTV534 Presentations: Location Sound Recording Last Updated on August 25, 2015 Fred Ginsburg

Tascam HSP82 An explanation of the use of multiple audio tracks for location recording, from monaural through 8+2.

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Mackie 1402 Mix Panel Guide

Category: CTVA 358 and FTV534 Presentations: Location Sound Recording Last Updated on February 22, 2013 Sound Sage

Mackie 1402 VLZ3A starting tour of the Mackie 1402 mix panel unit for production sound. This presentation breaks down how to use the mix panel by its main sections, covers functionality, and provides recommended settings and techniques.

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Zoom H4n Digital Recorder

Category: CTVA 358 and FTV534 Presentations: Location Sound Recording Last Updated on March 01, 2013 Sound Sage

Zoom H4n Digital RecorderThe Zoom H4n digital 2-track recorder also has limited four track capabilities and can function as a traditional 2-track field recorder, 4 channel recorder, and multi-track music recording & editing.

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Calling the Roll

Category: CTVA 358 and FTV534 Presentations: Location Sound Recording Last Updated on August 25, 2015 Fred Ginsburg

denecke ts3"Lights, Camera, Action."  Maybe in an old Mickey Rooney film, but that's not quite how we do it on a real set. Learn the proper sequence of commands for shooting a scene, whether on sprocketed film or electronic media.

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