Building a business is a learning experience and in my short time as a filmmaker, I have learned a lot of lessons and made a lot of mistakes. The goal of this website is to help you avoid some of the mistakes I have made along the way by giving you a behind-the-scenes look into some of our productions.

Audio Equipment

50% of any great film is in the sound design, and the first step to great sound design is capturing great audio while on set. Whenever I can, I defer to the professionals, but when necessary I am always ready to pull out my own sound kit — I don’t carry everything, but I have the essentials to get the job done right.

Recorders

Below are the recorders I own.

  • Sound Device 633 // Best recorder I have ever used.
  • Zoom H4N // Before purchasing a proper recorder, this was my go-to. It is small and compact. The downfall of this recorder is that if the batteries die before the you stop recording, you will loose your entire clip.
  • Tascam DR-100MKII Digital Recorder

Microphones

Below are the microphones I own.

  • 4 x Wired Rode Lapel kits
  • 1 x Wireless Sennheiser lapel kit
  • 2 x Rode NTG3
  • Rode NTG8
  • Rode NT5

Accessories

  • Rode Blimp
  • Rode Long Shotgun Blimp Extension Kit
  • K-Tek K-202CCR 5-Section Graphite Fiber Boom Pole
  • AKG K 271 MK II Professional Studio Headphones // I like these because the cable detaches and if you need to replace any parts, you are able to with this system.

 

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