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Remoteness 30th September 2002 10:53 PM

Greetings to all Gearslutz out there
 
Steve Remote from Aura Sonic tuning in. As you may already know, I'm Gearslutz.com's October 2002 guest moderator. We'll be discussing the mobile and location production side of the sound recording industry.

I love GearSlutz.com! And I hope to bring you some insight on the world of remote recording a la Aura Sonic Ltd.

During the October month, I will schedule a few sessions to discuss and test out a few audio recording concepts. My "virtual gobo" mic'ing technique, stem mixing for live recording and a shoot out with various products under "live performance" conditions will be included in the October sessions. A select group of Gearslutz will be invited to these session. Our process and findings will be posted for your review. More information will follow very soon.

This audio forum is only as good as it's contributing participants... Got anything "important" to say? Or maybe a question or thought you can bring to the table about location recording and/or recording live? An enlightenment of any kind would be great. How about an embellishment of sorts? Keep me posted. I'm all "gearz", I mean, "ears".

mwagener 30th September 2002 11:22 PM

Steve
welcome to the moderator pool at the gearslutz forum. It will be interesting to hear the different gear needs on the mobile side of things. We've been rocking, now we will be rolling...heh

NYC Drew 1st October 2002 12:17 AM

Hi Steve,

I do (mix) mostly live events. I guess I FINALLY have another human being to talk to. Welcome, and don't ever leave... jkthtyrt


NYC Drew

C.Lambrechts 1st October 2002 01:06 AM

very warm welcome here too Steve .... have a feeling that we all are going to learn a lot this month ..... I have some experience with remote recording .... but don't do it all that much .... to be honest ... it scares me whenever I have to .... hope you can take some of my fears about it away .

Remoteness 1st October 2002 08:35 AM

Awesome guys:

Thank you for the kind words.

Chris, I believe perception is everything... I will do my best to rid you of your "evil" fears about recording live on location.

Drew, another Remote Man, and you live in NYC. Very strong! If you folks keep this up, I may never leave.

And yes Michael, now we're complete. We will Rock and Roll this forum with all that Jazz...

Thanks again guys!

Remoteness 25th August 2019 04:14 AM

October 1st, 2019 shall make the seventeen year anniversary of the "Remote Possibilities..." forum!

Now, that's quite special on a few different levels.

wildplum 26th August 2019 08:44 PM

I joined Gearslutz in October, 2002 because of this forum. Yep, been here from just about the very beginning and it is still my favorite forum.

I've learned tons here. For that I want to thank Steve and the many thoughtful posters that make this forum the best.

Although mixing and mastering make up most of my work nowadays, remote recording was my first love and remains my fav; with digital consoles in venues, cuts in performing arts budgets, and such, there isn't as much call for my remote services as there once was- but I still practice the art every chance I can.

Remoteness 27th August 2019 07:02 AM

That's so kind of you to say. Thank you very much.


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Originally Posted by wildplum (Post 14169285)
I joined Gearslutz in October, 2002 because of this forum. Yep, been here from just about the very beginning and it is still my favorite forum.

I've learned tons here. For that I want to thank Steve and the many thoughtful posters that make this forum the best.

Although mixing and mastering make up most of my work nowadays, remote recording was my first love and remains my fav; with digital consoles in venues, cuts in performing arts budgets, and such, there isn't as much call for my remote services as there once was- but I still practice the art every chance I can.


John Willett 4th September 2019 11:26 PM

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Originally Posted by Remoteness (Post 14166905)
October 1st, 2019 shall make the seventeen year anniversary of the "Remote Possibilities..." forum!

One more year until it comes of age. kfhkh

Folkie 5th September 2019 09:34 AM

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Originally Posted by Remoteness (Post 14169977)
That's so kind of you to say. Thank you very much.


Quote:

Originally Posted by wildplum (Post 14169285)
I joined Gearslutz in October, 2002 because of this forum. Yep, been here from just about the very beginning and it is still my favorite forum.

I've learned tons here. For that I want to thank Steve and the many thoughtful posters that make this forum the best.

Although mixing and mastering make up most of my work nowadays, remote recording was my first love and remains my fav; with digital consoles in venues, cuts in performing arts budgets, and such, there isn't as much call for my remote services as there once was- but I still practice the art every chance I can.

Yes, definitely the best forum-many smart and generous contributors. I’ve learned a lot and nice to be able to share what I know.

studer58 5th September 2019 06:19 PM

If the Remote Forum was a bar populated with everyone who contributes here, especially the regulars, it would be one I'd find myself in several nights a week (if I wasn't out recording).....and then I'd have to contend with an acquired drinking problem :lol:.....but well offset by all the valuable advice and experience which abounds within its walls

JCBigler 28th September 2019 06:49 AM

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Originally Posted by studer58 (Post 14186898)
If the Remote Forum was a bar populated with everyone who contributes here, especially the regulars, it would be one I'd find myself in several nights a week (if I wasn't out recording).....and then I'd have to contend with an acquired drinking problem :lol:.....but well offset by all the valuable advice and experience which abounds within its walls

In New York City, there used to be an informal group of Broadway audio guys that used to meet up called the Drinking Club With a Theatre Problem. Not sure if they still meet or not. I never got out there while they were meeting to join them.

JoeDeF 1st October 2019 04:14 PM

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Originally Posted by Remoteness (Post 14166905)
October 1st, 2019 shall make the seventeen year anniversary of the "Remote Possibilities..." forum!

Now, that's quite special on a few different levels.

Happy forum birthday! Congratulations, Steve, and thanks!

This is one of the very best forums I’ve ever found on any subject, with maybe the best FSNR (forum signal to noise ratio :heh:). I’ve learned a ton from it and from the many skilled participants here.

Thanks again, Steve!

Remoteness 1st October 2019 10:04 PM

Thanks you so much!


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Originally Posted by JoeDeF (Post 14240424)
Happy forum birthday! Congratulations, Steve, and thanks!

This is one of the very best forums I’ve ever found on any subject, with maybe the best FSNR (forum signal to noise ratio :heh:). I’ve learned a ton from it and from the many skilled participants here.

Thanks again, Steve!


Remoteness 5th October 2019 04:15 AM

As many already know, we now have three additional sub-forums.

If you want to get the full experience of the 'Remote Possibilities in Location Recording and Production' forum and its topics, consider subscribing to them.

Any new post in these categories will not come up on your 'New Subscribed Threads' notifications unless you subscribe to them.

IMHO, having these new sub-forums, 'All Things Technical,' 'Mobile & Location Rigs' and *****, Crew & Musician Jobs & Referrals' will prove to be a great addition to this already awesome Remotester-centric forum!