Re: [linux-audio-user] Re: Aligning audiofiles for different recorders.

From: R Parker <rtp405@email-addr-hidden>
Date: Tue Mar 07 2006 - 18:02:05 EET

--- Arnold Krille <arnold.krille@email-addr-hidden> wrote:

> 2006/3/7, R Parker <rtp405@email-addr-hidden>:
> > two wireless lavs
> > two channels of compression
> > one very small mixer
> > one small recording device
> Why the mixer?
> For preamping? That would be before the compressor.
> For mixing? If the recorder has two channels its
> better to record both
> mics to separate channels and mix later.

That isn't necesarry, it's time consuming and time is
money. What I described with the television truck is
productions that have a requirement for good
production quality. We produce final product in the
field as a rule. Our product always meets or exceeds
the quality expectation. This is an enviroment where
zero tolerance for error is the rule. If an error,
best case can be a client that doesn't pay. The worst
case is someone loses their job.

My assertions are based on actual experience acquired
over a number of years of doing this work
professionaly. They are not college level hypotheses
so it's likely I'm to naive and belligerent to see or
admit to the shortcomings in producing final product
from live events while in the field. :)

In all seriousness productions like the one described
are done with the methods I describe.


 Even the
> compression could be
> done later if the recorder has a good input amp and
> enough (digital)
> headroom for low-level recordings...
> In my current situation I would connect two
> (wireless) lavs directly
> to my tascam-usb-interface and record with
> timemachine or something
> similar and mix/compress later on.
> My 0.002€...
> Arnold
> --
> visit
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> Wenn man mit Raubkopien Bands wie Brosis oder
> Britney Spears wirklich
> verhindern könnte, würde ich mir noch heute einen
> Stapel Brenner und
> einen Sack Rohlinge kaufen.

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