Production Audio

 

Profile with Cans

Gear List

My kit is constantly expanding and I’ll try to keep this list as updated as possible, but if your job requires a specific piece of gear and you don’t see it here, just ask.

The Bag

 

Sound Devices 633 mixer/recorder with timecode
Sound Devices Cl-12 Mixer Controller
Lectrosonics Wireless Systems 6x
Sound Devices 442 mixer
Tascam Dr-680 recorder
Sennheiser G3 wireless systems
Sanken COS-11D Lavalier mics
DPA 4061 Lavalier mics
K-tek 12′ Boom Pole
Rycote S-series Blimp
DPA 4017B Shotgun Microphone
Sennheiser MKH 416 Shotgun Microphone
Sennheiser MKH 816 Long Shotgun Microphone
Sennheiser MKH 50 Interior Dialogue Mic
Schoeps CMC6mk41 Interior Dialogue Mic
Oktava MK-012 Hypercardioid Microphone
Sanken CUB-1 Boundary Microphone x2
Comtek Systems
Denecke Smart Slate

Full Cart and Bag packages available

Booming in the Grand Canton

Booming on Secrets of Joy

Comparison Video

I have come up with a little video showing the difference in audio quality in using different sources to capture audio.  This example is a common interview captured using DSLR cameras.  I was running the audio separately into my recorder while holding a boom pole above the talent.  In this sample you can hear how inferior camera audio is and how important a sound man is to capture this audio.  A good ear can also pick out how natural sounding the boomed shotgun mic is compared to the lav.  No processing has been done to this audio to give you a fair example.  As you will see, the amount of post processing the camera audio will need far exceeds any work needed for either the boomed mic or the lav.