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Lavalier Technique: Paperclip Spacer - Using A Paperclip To Create An Air Pocket Around A Lavalier Capsule Arguably one of the biggest learning curves there is in the knowledge base required as a sound recordist is the art of lav placement. They are an essential part of modern production workflows to allow quality audio in scenarios such as extreme wides […]
Synco, The Next Big Thing? - Is Synco’s Wireless System the next big thing in the Pro Audio game?   Nope. Ease of use. That’s the thing that this system really has going for it. From unboxing to functioning at its best is a short trip. Open box, add batteries, plug into recorder, auto sync channels, dial in “volume” on the […]
REVIEW: Deity Connect & HD-TX - Since the Deity HD-TX has just been released, I feel that the time has finally come to give a good look at the Deity Connect system as a whole.  The base Connect system has been out for a while, however since then, it has undergone enough firmware changes that it truly feels as if it […]
REVIEW: Deity S-Mic 2s - When the original S-Mic 2 was released, it made a huge impact on the low budget mic market. What was more, it sounded great. It punched far above its weight class to the point where it was a tool that I very much wanted to have in my arsenal, and still do. Its excellent build […]
REVIEW: Coga Glow Pots - You know what really isn’t fun?  Being in the dark with the lights out, and having a hard time seeing your fader positions.   You know what really is fun?  Having your fader knobs glow in the dark!  You know what else is fun?  Having your fader knobs be different colors! As I find myself […]
HIGHLIGHT: Video Mantis - Most of the time, I find myself writing and making videos and reviews about gear. But today, I’d like to change direction a bit and highlight an amazing resource that we all have as audio professionals, thanks to an incredibly devoted and industrious peer. Sound Mixer Thomas Popp, a man who has literally written THE […]
Small Package, Big Thing: DPA 6060 Sub-Mini Lavs - There are products out that when you open them, they just feel right. Like when you unbox a MacBook or the open the door to that new car that’s just the right fit. This was how it felt when I unwound the 6060 for the first time. Smooth and light, with an unmistakable feeling of […]
REVIEW: West End Recording COMM/IFB Box - I spend a lot of my time at work doing one-man band jobs.  A lot of corporate, commercials, or narrative that requires sit down interviews with a C-Stand.  But at various intervals throughout the year, I do also work on a good amount of narrative projects which require a boom operator. Because I am not […]
REVIEW: PICOGEAR Wireless System - I have to say, right off the bat, that this isn’t typically the type of device which would catch my eye.  I generally am more interested in tools for pro sound mixers in particular.  But, it just so happens that I also make videos for WavReport and the pesky things tend to require decent audio […]
REVIEW: Accsoon CineEye - Do you know what isn’t any fun?  Finding the perfect spot for your sound cart, getting all antennas deployed, running (and making safe) a cable to video village so that you can get your monitors up, and then having video village move every shot or two which causes you to constantly have to re run […]