- February 6, 2014 at 12:44 am
And thanks for reading this, this is the first time I post on this forum although am an avid reader.
I will be recording location sound for a feature film to be shot on July this year. I have very little equipment of my own and I suspect the production budget is small so it is very unlikely that we will rent the equipment I would like to work with. The equipment I own is as follows:
1 Rode NTG2 shotgun mic
1 zeppelin + deadcat
1 R44 Roland filed recorder
I will push to have lavalier mics (at least two). Could you think of another piece of equipment that I absolutely need to have or that would be very beneficial for the shooting?
- March 23, 2014 at 8:37 am
Well, a boom pole, cables, headphones, a copy of this https://www.tyford.com/Ty_Ford_Audio_Bootcamp_Field_Guide.html
(Ty is leader of the audio professionals group here on the cow)
TBH, it’s not so much what kit you have as how well you use it.
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