Hey it's Matt Price the London Sound Mixer fromSoundrolling.com and this is all about my journey as a Location Sound professional in film and branded content and opening up a broader conversation about location sound from the business aspects to technical explanations.
This is usually around a dinner table and when the mic is bang on point it goes straight through me haha can you tell what it is yet? Get in touch with your worse sound and ill make a blog post about it. Instagram @soundrolling
This is from a chat with Jeff Wexler on how the boom can still be used even in complex multi-camera situations by being painted out by the VFX department. He also mentions Simon Hayes and his work painting out radio mics also.
This is what Jeff Wexler has seen from the changes in location sound recording technology since he started working in the mid 1970's. From mono tracks through to massive file based recordings. He also comments on how it changes his work.
Soundrolling podcast is back and I am looking to go deep with answering your questions from call ins on the anchor app to help you record better sound or have more success as a freelancer. This one is a great setup and question about audio harnesses.
Taking things to the next level in terms of all metrics is through comments. This is the new true metric to meaningful interaction. Just like you where so happy when the like button first came out. Now it's normal to like and the next dopamine fix is comments and true social interaction.