Sound Recording for Documentary or Feature Video
~ Experienced audio recordist for documentaries and filmmakers with simple but decent gear.
~ Available for half day gigs. Can usually work within your budget, including the indie filmmaker.
~ Compatible with an XLR camcorder and slate or DSLR camera and timecode.
~ Send email or text/call 505-934-5181 in Albuquerque, New Mexico.
~ Listen to clips.
~ Sound Devices MixPre-D (no timecode, two-channel legacy mixer, breakout cable to camcorder)
~ Zoom H6 recorder (backup)
~ Zoom F6 (modern six-track mixer with time code)
~ Tentacle Sync E (reference mic and timecode for one DSLR, wireless sync to the F6)
~ 32-bit 48-khz floating non-clipped wav files, recorded as separate tracks
~ Sennheiser MKH 416 shotgun mic
~ Boom pole
~ Blimp and shag (wind resistant)
~ C-stand and boom holder (stationary narratives)
~ Wireless Sennheiser lavalier mic
~ My preference is my two mics, with which I am familiar and can manage on set
~ If you have or prefer to use your mics, the Zoom F6 can handle up to six mics, but difficult to manage alone