Using your faders is key to mixing, so I wanted to share 2 tips on faders ratio and levels to help try to make your mix smoother on location.
This is a question about how I prepare for short films and indeed for any shoot. Main pointers are as follows:
This is a very simple (yet still slightly long) overview of the Lectrosonics SRA Dual Receiver.
The Lectrosonics SRA Dual Receiver is very good with the hybrid SRB transmitters and I run through the menu and roughly how I set things up. Please leave comments below and I can elaborate on certain areas in more detail.
We are able to perceive sound thanks to our brain decoding all the various frequencies collected through our inner ear. This is not just done with the ear but also directly through our skull. This is now being utilised through technology like google glass. This is thanks to mathematical and computational models by researchers to understand the whole process — bone conduction — works. Along with technologies such as Google Glass, it is looking to be utilised in medical equipment, their paper was published this week in Nature Communications.
The terms echo and reverb (reverberation) are often used on location interchangeably. Being a sound recordist you have to explain sonic phenomena to people in a quick and simple way. I am always trying to educate everyone to save any future confusion. So should you say echo or reverberation?