In this week’s session, we take a look at a wireless timecode generator you can use to make syncing audio and video from your mobile phones and tablets quick and easy: The Timecode Systems UltraSync BLUE.
The BLUE can send timecode to up to 4 devices at the same time and can also connect wirelessly to UltraSync generators attached to cinema cameras or professional level audio recorders.
At the time of this review, the compatible apps are for iOS, available in the App Store:
Apogee MetaRecorder (audio recording app)
Mavis (Cine style camera app)
Gear and links discussed/used to record this episode:
Timecode Systems UltraSync BLUE - Bluetooth wireless timecode generator
Sennheiser ClipMic digital - used to record the talking head clips into the MetaRecorder app
Electrovoice RE20 Dynamic Broadcast Microphone - used to record the voice over for the screen cast portion
Universal Audio Apollo x6 USB-C/Thunderbolt 3 Audio Interface - used to record the voice over for the screen cast
Copyright 2018 by Curtis Judd
Outro music licensed from Artlist: Keep an Eye by Back to Dream
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