When you work on the set of a film or video project, there’s a specialized language the crew often uses. Here is a run through some of the more common sound lingo you’ll hear on set.
Here’s a free sound gear packing list for production sound mixing over at Airtable.
If you’d like to learn how to make great dialogue audio for your film and video projects, please have a look at my courses including processing dialogue audio in Adobe Audition and DaVinci Resolve/Fairlight, recording sound, how to use the Zoom F8 and F8n, and how to get the most from the Sound Devices MixPre series of recorders.
Gear used and mentioned in this episode:
RODE TF-5 Microphone Matched Pair (B&H)
K-Tek Boom Pole I use (B&H)
Audio Ltd A10 Wireless Microphone System (B&H)
Sound Devices 633 Mixer/Recorder (B&H)
Countryman B6 Lavalier Microphone (B&H)
DPA 4160 Lavalier Microphone (B&H)
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