After several requests and despite my prior objections, this week’s episode is a virtual tour of my mix/edit room. This is where I edit all of my videos, edit and mix the sound for these videos, and generally work. I hesitated to do this because I don’t want anyone to think that you have to have expensive tools to edit and mix good sound for video. You can start with a basic computer and set of headphones. Once you’re getting paid to mix and edit sound for video, then it generally makes sense to invest in some tools that will help you get the job done more efficiently.
Please consider my sound for film courses.
Gear and links discussed/used to record this episode:
Sennheiser MKH 8050 (Amazon) Supercardioid boom microphone
Oktava MK-012 (Amazon) Cardioid boom microphone
Schoeps CMCmk41 Supercardioid boom microphone
Furman PL-8C (Amazon) Power Conditioner
Universal Audio Apollo x6 Thunderbolt 3 Audio Interface with 5.1 surround monitoring
Focal Solo6 Be Powered Reference Monitors (Speakers)
Mackie 802VLZ4 (Amazon) Analogue Mixer
Sony MDR-7506 (Amazon) Closed Back Headphones - my first choice for when I’m recording/mixing on location
Beyerdynamic DT770 Pro (Amazon) - my second choice for when I’m recording/mixing on location
Beyerdynamic DT880 Pro (Amazon) Semi-open Back Headphones - my first choice for reasonably priced mixing headphones
Sennheiser HD820 Closed Back Reference Headphones - My favorite very expensive headphones for mixing
Golden Age Project Pre-73mkIII (Amazon) - A modern day copy of the Neve 1073 preamp. All analogue. Fuzzy and warm
Golden Age Project R1 Active mkIII (Amazon) - A reasonably priced ribbon microphone with a smooth high frequency roll-off which I like for recording voiceover and harsh instruments. Smooth
Electrovoice RE20 (Amazon) Dynamic Broadcast Microphone
Allen & Heath SQ5 Digital Mixer/Audio Interface
Blackmagic Pocket cinema Camera 4K - used to shoot this episode
Copyright 2018 by Curtis Judd
Outro music licensed from Artlist: Keep an Eye by Back to Dream.