Posts Tagged ‘microphones’
Clever folk do a lot of talking. That’s one of the things they’re good at.
Get a cluster of them together in a noisy restaurant, and before long you have a cacophony of intellichat. So how best to make it intelligible?
We stumbled across the example above on slashdot.org. It is an informal discussion on Thorium Molten Salt Reactors [...]
Sound Designer/Supervisor Cameron Frankley and Sound Mixer John Fasal set out for Bangkok to record 5.1 location audio for the sequel to ‘The Hangover’, helpfully titled ‘Hangover 2′, armed with DPA 5100 surround microphones and Sound Devices 788T multi-track digital audio recorders.
As they told the Broadcast Newsroom, they captured everything from the bustle of the [...]
It’s a bit nippy at the moment in the UK, especially if you are based in the foothills of the the English mountain range known as the Pennines as Calrec is. Currently the temperature is hovering around zero degrees centigrade and I’m not enjoying my ten minute walk from the train station in the morning [...]
Generally when I start singing people tend to move towards the nearest exit. Anyone who’s heard me will agree it’s the most sensible option. Unlike some of the contestants on the Saturday night X-Factor spectacular (broadcast live from Fountain Studios using the first ever Apollo console), I am aware of my very limited vocal skills and [...]
Channel 5′s acquisition of ‘Big Brother’ has resulted in a few changes to the production and transmission chain. Kevin Hilton, writing in TVB Europe, has taken a look at the programme’s move to wireless microphones.
Unlike previous years, FIVE is showing highlights packages. Viewers don’t get to see what’s happening inside the house all day, every [...]