Last year Sound Devices announced and shipped their MixPre-3 and MixPre-6 recorders and then later added the MixPre-10T with a few additional hardware features for professional sound engineers. One question I received several times was, "Can I use this to record my band and does it have overdub and punch in features? Any effects like reverb?"
In this episode, Paul Issacs talks with Cary Judd, my brother who is a profession music producer in addition to filmmaker. The MixPre-10M looks a lot like the 10T, but the operating system is re-designed from the ground up and optimized for multitrack music recording.
As a bonus for those who already own a MixPre-3, 6, or 10T, you will be able to add all of these music recording features with a plugin that runs $99. The plugin will be available some time in the summer of 2018.
Gear covered and used to shoot this episode:
Sound Devices MixPre-10M for musicians
Sound Devices MixPre-10T - 8 XLR/TRS inputs, timecode
Sound Devices MixPre-6 - 4 XLR/TRS inputs + stereo 3.5mm input
Sound Devices MixPre-3 - 3 XLR inputs + stereo 3.5mm input
RODE Reporter Microphone
RODE iXLR Adapter - Record a dynamic XLR microphone to iPhone or iPad
Panasonic GH5 - My favorite small camera for shooting events
Panasonic 12-35mm f/2.8 OIS Lens - incredibly versatile lens that is on the GH5S most of the time
Copyright 2018 by Curtis Judd
Music - MzA by Cary Judd, used with permission.
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