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Remote Possibilities Role Call... Post Your Name, Rank & Specialty Right Here! Condenser Microphones
Old 17th November 2004
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present...
Old 17th November 2004
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Tell us more...
Old 17th November 2004
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my rig consists of a uln-2, a 2882 and a macbook, running logic.
Old 17th November 2004
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i bounce between recording live events and studio work.

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Old 10th December 2004
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Name: Oliver Hoen

Rank: Fresh out of recording school

I've put together a little portable rig cause I don't have a room. Turns out it's pretty fun bouncing around with my studio on my back.
Gear:
A&H MW 16:2
RNP x2
RNC x2
Alesis HD24
all wrapped up in a silly SKB gigrig
various cheesy mics and other paraphernalia

Everything moves around in the back of my Volvo. Classy!

Cool forum, I wish it was more active!
Old 11th December 2004
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there are a lot of people doing the remote thing now. i wonder how different it is from when steve was younger.

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Old 11th December 2004
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Yeah, the casters came with my gigrig (it's the big one), it would be impossible to deal with otherwise. I edit with PTLE just cause it's cheap and I'm pretty comfortable with it. Right out of the box the HD24 interfaces with a cat5 cable. Supposedly it's super slow and glitchy. When I bought mine they were offering their firewire interface for free with the purchase so I have that and it works well. How are you patching everything? Routing has been a nightmare for me. I'm just now getting ready to wire a patchbay.
Old 11th December 2004
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remote recording is fun and rewarding in many ways. i'd like to fan out and try some other things having to do with location audio.

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Old 12th December 2004
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Quote:
Originally posted by ohoen
...Cool forum, I wish it was more active!
Quantity and quality together is surely a win win situation but quality over quantity is not so bad if you had to pick one over the other…

Remote recording –- We’re like 2 to 5 percent of the music recording industry. If you looked at it this way, we’re really not doing too badly.
Old 13th December 2004
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gearslutz forums are so much better than tv.
Old 13th December 2004
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amen to that dude
Old 15th December 2004
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Quote:
Originally posted by Remoteness
Quantity and quality together is surely a win win situation but quality over quantity is not so bad if you had to pick one over the other…

Remote recording –- We’re like 2 to 5 percent of the music recording industry. If you looked at it this way, we’re really not doing too badly.
Absolutely right, but that doesn't stop me wanting more! Thanks for running a great forum.
Old 15th December 2004
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Thanks,

Tell your friends and associates.

Bring them by... Let's chat about something cool and stuff.
Old 15th December 2004
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checking in

I've been lurking for a couple of weeks and wanted to introduce myself.

I'm located in Knoxville, TN. I started live recording with a pair of blackface ADAT's while I was FOH for a band in 1999. We did a live album and it came out on a national label. With the next band I toured with we did the same thing except we used a Midas Venice and an Alesis HD24. 2 of those tracks are going to be on a "rarities" disc early next year. I've done mainly studio stuff and live sound but I really enjoy doing live recording. Currently, I do post production audio for several cable networks.

I'm toying with the idea of setting up a rig and getting some camera people together and start doing DVD's.

Anyway....hello all. Great forum!
Old 16th December 2004
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okok
my last recoring worked well, so i think it´s time to introduce myself as a "small part time remote recordist"

name: wolfgang

location : in the western of germany

normally i work as engineer in th dvd-business but i like the remote work very much normally recording small to middle brass ensembles and sometimes the band i´m mixing

Quote:
I'm toying with the idea of setting up a rig and getting some camera people together and start doing DVD's
thats exactly what i try to do next year

a complete service from the first band/label contact to the final dvd-master

perhaps we can share some ideas??
Old 19th December 2004
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wolfgang,

that would be cool to share some ideas. my email is brian(at)reactivesound.com.

brian
Old 19th December 2004
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Welcome folks...

Hey Brian,
Why don't you start a newbee idea sharing thread?
That could workout well.
What do you think?
Old 20th December 2004
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i'd like to get into location sound for film. i have a buddy friend that's into videography offering me the opportunity. perhaps that's next.
Old 20th December 2004
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Wow has it been 2 years already! I keep telling myself to check into this thread.

For Remote:

Name:
Rob Mackinnon

Rank:
Pres. EzraMedia Inc.
I boss myself around. (after my wife and kids get through with me)

Specialty:
Location mixer for film and television.


Thought for the day:
I need to go to Lowes this week to get a bag of sand for the lumenarios for our driveway and walkway. Merry Christmas!
Old 6th January 2005
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Finally getting to this... Hi Steve...

Name:
Matt Malikowski

Rank:
Chief Engineer (blame me for it!) at Curbside Recording, Newton, MA

Specialty:
recording live music and all music that needs to feel live...

Thought for today:
tabula rasa... it's my day off this week
Old 20th June 2005
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Welcome...

I noticed that we have a few new remoters out there.
Tell us about yourselves. Come join the role call!
Old 20th June 2005
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Name: Jake Mossman

Long time reader, first time poster

Rank: Sheffield A/V remote guy since 2000.

Specialty: Studio trained remote recording lover! Love recording anything rock or jazz, live remote or in the studio. We roam, get tone, and go home.......

Thought for today: I'm having my cake and eating it too!
Old 22nd June 2005
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Name:
Jim VanZino (jimivan)

Rank:
Owner of a new start-up mobile rig called Avalon Recording. (what was I thinking........)

Specialty:
Not quite sure just yet. Wait and see....

Thought for today:
Well let's see.... Everything always seems to cost more than I budgeted for.......Nothing ever seems to get finished when it was planned for..........But what fun would life be on the merry-go-round rather than the roller-coaster!
Old 22nd June 2005
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Still here after all these years..

Name: Paul Orofino

Rank: Owner / Engineer, Millbrook Sound Studios

Specialty: Hard Rock, Blues, Jazz...Racing and wrecking Ferraris.

Stevie baby, hey bud we're still here after all these years, so I guess we're doing something right?
You do realize, I have you to blame for all this.
Haha

Keep it up, good stuff!
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Old 22nd June 2005
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Name:
Andre Knecht

Rank:
Owner / Sr. Engineer

Specialty:
Live Recordings, Mixing, Surround

Comment:
Great forum. Thanks to all!

Thought for today:
"Everything in moderation, including moderation." (AK)

Link-O-Matic:
www.arkdigital.net
Old 25th June 2005
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Name:
David Elsbury

Rank:
2IC and head lighting guy at SoundandLight (based in Auckland, New Zealand)

Specialty:
I specialise in lighting, am getting better at live sound every day, and dabble in recording every now and then.

Thought for today:
Wouldn't it be great to have steady work turning over...

Link-O-Matic:
www.soundandlight.co.nz
Old 25th June 2005
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Sorry it took me so long to join in on roll call, Steve-

Name: Jim van Bergen, aka JvB

Rank #1: Project Manager at PRG Audio (formerly ProMix) current 'day job' that allows me some life with my family and requires me to mix shows of large sizes. Last seven days include Disney/Buena Vista live presentation of 5.1 mixes, Chronicles of Narnia and Pirates of the Carribean 2: Dead Man's Chest; PRG A1 for Donna Summer live at NJ PAC /Newark; PRG A1 for New Haven Symphony Orchestra.

Rank #2: Freelance A1/recordist, AudioArt Sound since 1986. Last 3 gigs/last 3 weeks: CBS Broadway Under the Stars (48 tracks on qa Jim Flynn ProTools HD3, mixed on Neve Libre Live); Savion Glover and "The Others" (32 tracks on Mackie HDR 24/96 to PT mixed on Midas Heritage 3000), Spoleto Festival Concert of Rachmaninov 3 Dm,Opus 30 w/ Andrew Van Outen, Pianist, mixed from DPA 4041s into Earthworks 1024 mic pres to 5.1 thru Trident S100 to Masterlink at 24bit /96k and PT HD at 24bit/96k 5.1 stems.

Rank#3: Former parner, Audio Architects Mobile Recording, 1999-2001. (We were the small fish in a pond of great big fish like Steve, Kooster, Hewitt, and Randy.) Two consecutive seasons of HBO's REVERB; three dozen live concert for DVD recordings, five live albums. Countless small MTV and corporate gigs. Our business model was doing great from our first two years but tanked after 9/11 when HBO & MTV cancelled major projects with us so my partner and I closed the biz down and sold the truck.

Specialty: Have somehow managed to maintain solid feet and clients in the TV, film, opera, Broadway, and classical music worlds, doing many live broadcast events and a few live CD's/DVD's each year.

Thought for the day: If it's worth doing, it's worth doing right!

*Steve is one of the most positive cats on this earth with simply amazing Karma!* Thanks for hosting this forum and being the wonderful resource you are!
Peace-

JvB
Old 25th June 2005
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Brad Harper

Member of CAS, AES, and SMPTE
Sound Mixer for film and video production. Twenty years of music, film and video.
Man I'm gettin' old.
Dallas, TX

I work as a freelancer for HDNet on several live concert shows (over 350 bands in 3 years).

Current rig:
Cooper Sound 208 mixer
Presonus M80 with Jensen and Burr-Brown OPA627 op-amps(3)
Sony PCM-800 recorders(4)
Sony system remote with meter bridges
Whirlwind 32 channel splitter with 30' tails
Schoeps, Sennheiser, Neumann, DPA...

Shows are down for the summer and I'm looking to upgrade the rig$$$
Old 3rd July 2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by Jim vanBergen
... *Steve is one of the most positive cats on this earth with simply amazing Karma!* Thanks for hosting this forum and being the wonderful resource you are!
Peace-

JvB
Wow Jim, that's heavy -- Thanks a lot for the kind words. thumbsup
Old 3rd July 2005
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Quote:
Originally Posted by nobtwiddler
...Stevie baby, hey bud we're still here after all these years, so I guess we're doing something right?
You do realize, I have you to blame for all this.
Haha

Keep it up, good stuff!
Hey Paulie, How's it hanging!

It great to see you here.

Yep, I hear you loud and clear -- thanks a lot bud!

Hey, do you have any pictures of that "all in one" portable remote recording case you designed and used. I'm sure the folks on this forum would love to see a picture of it.

Don't be shy, show off some of your audio toys too my man.

All the best -- keep up the good work!
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