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Brian Reynolds

Employed 30+ years in the Film TV industry.
Involved in Studio, Outside Broadcast & location audio recording.
And love Landsailing as a sport
Member Since:
July 1st 2007
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Adelaide .. South Australia
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Wireless from a mixer to the camera
by Allen Zagel 10 years ago
Hi Hi Ty. Haven't chatted in a while! Anyway I know about the wireless lavs. I have one. But I'm going to be shooting some music videos for a band and was wondering if I could come out of their mixer
Re: Wireless from a mixer to the camera
by Brian Reynolds 10 months ago
Hy Clyde, No you can't just lower the output level of the mixer. The reason being is every electronic device has a 'noise floor' and there is no way of getting rid of that... by just lowering the audi
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Audio path question
by James Dow 11 months ago
If I wanted to add a Compressor Limiter and a Behringer Feedback Eliminator in between the mixer output and powered speakers, what should the correct signal path be Thanks, James JPD
Re: Audio path question
by Brian Reynolds 11 months ago
What mixer Do you have a graphic eq in the system
Just bought the Zoom h4n
by Kelsie Beck 12 months ago
Hello, I am a wedding videographer and have just purchased the Zoom h4n to record better audio, specifically during the ceremony and speeches. My plan is to plug it into the sound board so that the au
Re: Just bought the Zoom h4n
by Brian Reynolds 12 months ago
Any person that works as a video professional wedding videographer needs to be able to go to a location and get sound from almost ANY DJ setup... and its YOUR responsibility to get it into YOUR gear a
Plastic bags as Blimp Wind Protection
by Brian Reynolds 1 year ago
This might be of interest to people in this group. I do a lot of sporting OB's and wind noise is a common problem on Fx mics.... I thought I would try this....The results are amazing. Most days I was
Re: Plastic bags as Blimp Wind Protection
by Brian Reynolds 1 year ago
Trust me I had exactly the same thoughts for years...... But now putting the VERY light weight bags over the blimps I am TOTALLY convinced. As of yesterday I have now put 12 hrs of 'Live to Air' footb
H4n: why do i have to push Level at 100?
by Olivier Prudhomme 1 year ago
H4n For some reasons I have to push the level at 100 to get a "normal" recording. Is there a way to set up the input level in the menu Thx Los Angeles - TV Promo Editor - FCP - AVID
Re: H4n: why do i have to push Level at 100?
by Brian Reynolds 1 year ago
What is the incoming source What input are you using Is it only on that source or others as well
Basic question about a Zoom H6 I cannot find an answer to
by Noam Osband 1 year ago
I know this isn't a Zoom forum. But I can't find this answer anywhere and it's probably super simple and it's driving me nuts. How can I get the time code of my clips in my Zoom H6 to always start at
Re: Basic question about a Zoom H6 I cannot find an answer to
by Brian Reynolds 1 year ago
The zoom H6 does NOT have time code function anywhere in the machine. What it does have is a time of day in the meta data files.
How to setup 4 wireless sennheiser G3 100 with one mixer?
by Jesse Richards 2 years ago
I am shooting a reality style vlog with 4 different people and was wondering the best mixer to use with 4 Sennheiser lav microphones I have been looking online and the only things I found was for the
Re: How to setup 4 wireless sennheiser G3 100 with one mixer?
by Brian Reynolds 2 years ago
I do quite a few 'training' or 'live stream' productions through the year that are 'Mixed LIVE' and the reason is no time or budget for post production. (Medical operations, Teaching Education trainin
Audio Advice for Event
by Al Herr 3 years ago
Hello All, Wondering if my strategy is correct for this corporate training vent: 1-2 speakers at a time, most of the time just one each wearing a wireless lav. One camera angle JVC GY HM170ua with XLR
Re: Audio Advice for Event
by Peter Groom 3 years ago
If it were me Id walk away. Id not be interested in doing a job that was guaranteed to be a disaster before it started just because other non qualified people were involved. Peter Post Production Dubb
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Joshua Mallett 4 years ago
Hey man, kind of rehashed an old topic....but looking for your advice:

https://forums.creativecow.net/readpost/30/874200
Audio Distorted 5 year old Sennheiser 100 ENG G2 into new Canon XA20
by Bruce MacKown 5 years ago
I recently purchased a Canon XA20 camera and the audio sounds distorted even though I am setting the level no higher than -6db. I m using the same wireless lav setup that I ve had for five years, a Se
Re: Audio Distorted 5 year old Sennheiser 100 ENG G2 into new Canon XA20
by Brian Reynolds 5 years ago
A radio mic system is actually 2 electronic devices....The transmitter (Tx) and the receiver (Rx). Firstly you need to set up part one.... the Tx levels need to be set correctly (not over driven and n
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Azden 330 ULT SUCKS! Sound cuts out while recording!
by Raf Erosa 7 years ago
Ok.. I am sick of the Azden 330 ult Dual channel.. We have been using it for 4 mos, and it ruined 1 month of footage we shot over seas! SOund kept dropping out. What is a GOOD PRICED or used wireless
Re: Azden 330 ULT SUCKS! Sound cuts out while recording!
by Bill Davis 7 years ago
Back when I traveled all around the country teaching Production in seminars - I had a fun little exercise I used to do in class. I'd pick a volunteer from the crowd hand them a basic camcorder. Saying
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Brian Reynolds liked this 7 years ago
Challenging mic/recording situation - advice requested
by Al Yoshi 7 years ago
Hello community, I will be working on a documentary-style film shoot which will have approximately 10 people sitting around a table. There will be multiple cameras, but my main concern is the audio. W
Re: Challenging mic/recording situation - advice requested
by Peter Groom 7 years ago
Hi again I know this isn't what you want to hear, but why isn't 10 lavs feasible . You'll be providing 10 chairs no doubt If you were holding a children's party would you make them share a cake rather
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Brian Reynolds liked this 7 years ago
Advice needed on mic/line settings... On shoot now and need tips as soon as possible
by Shuling Yong 7 years ago
Hello. I'm on a documentary shoot now, running 2 sound sources into a shure FP33 mixer, and sending the signals wirelessly to the sony ex3 camera via a CR185 wireless system. My question is about line
Re: Advice needed on mic/line settings... On shoot now and need tips as soon as possible
by Brian Reynolds 7 years ago
How long have you been doing location sound Mic Line level is VERY basic stuff.... If you are struggling at this should you actually be doing the job
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Brian Reynolds liked this 7 years ago
Wireless Lav Fading and White Noise
by Steve Crow 8 years ago
I was on a shoot yesterday and I had the talent hooked up to a Senheisser G2 wireless lav, I was positioned less than 10 feet away however I began to hear the audio fading in and out and also in some
Re: Wireless Lav Fading and White Noise
by Brian Reynolds 8 years ago
I've had this happen on a couple of occasions in a city area, I now do a scan EACH and EVERY location that I do. It could be Telecommunications, WiFi, or some sort of data.. But a scan should solve th
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Brian Reynolds liked this 8 years ago
How should I mic my interrotron set up?
by Noam Osband 8 years ago
I'm buying two teleprompters and making an Interrotron. http: www.whiterabbitdesigncompany.com Miscellaneous images interrotron%20web%20page.jpg I'll be in the same room as the person I am filming but
Re: How should I mic my interrotron set up?
by Bill Davis 8 years ago
You're taking a lot of time - using a lot of extra equipment - and adding a lot of complexity to a process that will give you essentially the exact same results by simply having your interviewer stand
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Brian Reynolds liked this 8 years ago
Dimensional Audio
by Philip Cacayorin 9 years ago
I utilize a proprietary microphone design that enables a virtual sound from 2-channels. Focused on a point in space, the signal doesn't require any DSP processing and has he ability to broadcast full
Re: Dimensional Audio
by Brian Reynolds 9 years ago
The recordings sound very nice and provide a tremendous spacial imagery, giving results very much like the "Blumlein Pair" stereo recording technique. http: en.wikipedia.org wiki Blumlein_Pair When th
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Brian Reynolds liked this 9 years ago
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