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Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
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Jed Shiheng Xu is a Production Sound Mixer based out of Los Angeles, California. Jed also does post work including dialog editing. He uses a Zoom F8n mixer/recorder, Sennheiser 416 shotgun mic along with a Schoeps CMIT & Sennheiser MKH-50, Lectrosonics SRc wireless receivers and Lectrosonics SMQV wireless transmitters, Audio Ltd. A10 wireless boom, dpa 6060 lav, and Sennheiser MKE-1. Jed also uses Tentacle Sync for timecode. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Thomas Claire is a production sound mixer based out of New York City. He’s originally from France and tells his story of coming to the United States to follow his dream of working in film and television. He uses the Zaxcom Nova mixer/recorder, and the compatible Zaxcom wireless, as well as Lectrosonics and Wisycom, DPA 4061 lav mics and Sanken COS-11s, Sennheiser MKH-416 and Sennheiser MKH-50 boom mics and Ultrasync One for timecode sync boxes. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Benjamin Roembach-Clark is a production sound mixer based out of Minneapolis, Minnesota. He uses a Sound Devices 833 mixer/recorder but also uses the Zaxcom mixer/recorders as well. For mics, Ben likes the Sennheiser MKH-50 and the Sanken CS-3e. For wireless he uses Sony UWPs and Zaxcom units as well as Sennheiser G4 wireless for IFB. For lav mics, Ben uses Sanken COS-11. And for timecode he uses Tentacle Sync.
Erik Leek is a production sound mixer based out of Amsterdam in The Netherlands. He's also the founder of Hide-A-Mic Microphone Concealers. Eric uses a Sonosax mixer/recorder, Schoeps shotgun mics, Audio Limited wireless and Sanken COS-11 and DPA lav mics. Eric also use Tentacle Sync and Ambient timecode boxes. https://www.hideamic.com  
Steve Saada, production sound mixer & boom op, joins us again to talk about COVID-19 & getting back on-set. He's working again and offers tips on how we can stay safe on-set. Steve also talks about research he's done on possible gear sanitizing options. Check out Steve's previous interview, Episode 033, on the Location Sound Podcast. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Kurtis Ewing is a boom op and production sound mixer based out of the Greater Los Angeles, California area. He's worked on shows like MADtv, Girlfriends, and Just Roll with It. He uses the Sound Devices 633 mixer/recorder and Lectrosonics wireless transmitters/receivers and IFBs and Sennheiser camera hops. Kurtis has a variety of lav choices including the DPA 6060, 4061, 4071 and Sanken COS-11s. Kurtis uses a Denecke TS-C slate, and Denecke SB-4 timecode boxes. For boom mics, he uses a Schoeps MiniCMIT, CMC641 and Sennheiser 416. Kurtis also uses Remote Audio HiQ batteries. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Judi Lee-Headman is a Production Sound Mixer based out of St. Albans, UK. She's worked on the Showtime series Homeland, the British TV series The Tunnel, Britannia and Intergalactic to name a few. She uses the Sound Devices 688 mixer/recorder and CL-12 on her cart and 788T for bag drops. Judi uses Wisycom wireless and Sanken COS-11 lavs. For shotgun mics she uses Schoeps CMIT5u and a variety of Sennheiser mics. For timecode Judi uses Ambient MasterLockits, Lockits and NanoLockits. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Ric Viers is a producer, international author, sound designer and the world’s largest independent producer of professional sound effects libraries with more than 670 products produced to date. He is the author of “The Sound Effects Bible”, “The Location Sound Bible”, and “Make Some Noise” and the founder of Blastwave FX – one of the world’s leading sound effects publishers. Ric is also a graduate of Full Sail University. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Stu Chacon is a Production Sound Mixer based out of Los Angeles, California. He uses a Sound Devices 664 mixer/recorder and a Sound Devices MixPre-6 for car work, Lectrosonics 411 wireless receivers, Sanken COS-11 lav mics, Schoeps CMIT-5u shotgun mic and a Sennheiser MKH-50 for indoor dialog. Stu uses Tentacle Sync timecode boxes and a Denecke smart slate. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Siddharth Sadashiv is a boom op, production sound mixer, sound designer and educator, currently based out of Shanghai, China. He uses a Zoom F8 mixer/recorder, Sennheiser G3 wireless mics and a Sennheiser MKH-416 shotgun mic. Sid also uses a Denecke smart slate. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Michael "Ponch" St. Hilaire is a Production Sound Mixer based out of Queens, New York. He's recorded sound for shows like The Apprentice, The Amazing Race and Survivor. Ponch uses a Sound Devices 633 recorder and a Sound Devices MixPre-3 as a backup. He also uses Wisycom wireless transmitters/receivers, Sanken COS-11 lav mics, Sennheiser MKH-416 shotgun mics and Tentacle Sync for timecode. Ponch also uses an Orca audio bag. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Jimmy Gilmore is a production sound mixer based out of Atlanta, Georgia. He uses a Sound Devices 664 mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics wireless, Sanken and DPA lav mics, Sennheiser MKH-416, MKH-50 and AKG 460B shotgun mics. For timecode Jimmy uses MozeGear and a Deneke smart slate. For power distribution, he has a Remote Audio BDS and a Meon LiFe cart battery. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
LaRon Cooper is a Production Sound Mixer based out of Kansas City, Missouri. He uses a Sound Devices MixPre-6 first generation mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics 411 wireless receivers and SMQV transmitters, Sanken COS-11 lav mics, 2 Sennheiser G3 wireless receiver/transmitters and Audio Root for power distribution. LaRon likes the Sennheiser MKH-50 and MKH-416 shotgun mic on his Ktek boom pole. He also uses a Ktek bag. LaRon also like using his Deneke time code box. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Michael Helms is the host of the Location Sound Podcast and a production sound mixer based out of Florida. This episode was released during the COVID-19 pandemic and he talks about a few things to pass the time while most film and TV productions are on hold. Michael also shares behind-the-scenes working on the YouTube video, "Kyle Busch Signs the Line at the Daytona 500" for Toyota Racing. Michael uses Sound Devices mixer/recorders, Lectrosonics SRc wireless receivers and SMDWB transmitters, Sanken COS-11 lav mics, Sennheiser 416 shotgun mics and Tentacle Sync for timecode. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Jeremy Zunk is a production sound mixer based out of the Washington, D.C. metro area. He uses and owns a variety of Sound Devices mixer/recorders. He likes Lectrosonics wireless transmitters and receivers, Sanken COS-11 lavs and dpa lavs, Schoeps shotgun mics and the Sennheiser MKH-50. Jeremy also uses Tentacle Sync timecode boxes. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Justin Moschcau is a production sound mixer based out of the Phoenix, Arizona area. He uses a Sound Devices 633 mixer/recorder and a 664, Lectrosonics wireless, Sanken COS-11 lav mics, a Schoeps CMIT-5u shotgun mic and Tentacle Sync for timecode. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Andrew Jones is a production sound mixer and Deity Microphone's brand developer. He's based out of Los Angeles, California. Andrew uses a Zoom F8 mixer/recorder, Deity Connect wireless, boom mics are the Deity S-Mic 2S for indoors and Deity S-Mic for outdoors. He has a custom power distro he created himself. He also uses Tentacle Sync-E time code boxes. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Michael Solomon is a freelance production sound mixer based out of New York City. He uses a Sound Devices 633 recorder, Lectrosonics wireless mics, MozeGear TIG timecode sync boxes, Deneke TS-C smart slate, Sennheiser MKH-60 shotgun mic, Schoeps CMC-6 with a MK-41 capsule shotgun mic, Remote Audio power distro, Ktek booms and a Orca bag.
Paul Vik Marshall, C.A.S. is a Production Sound Mixer based out of Southern California. He uses a modified PSC audio cart, a Sound Devices 688 mixer/recorder, Lectrosonics wireless transmitters with the Venue receiver rack, Sanken COS-11 lav mics, Schoeps CMIT5s shotgun mics and Sennheiser MKH-50s. Paul works regularly with boom ops Eddie Casares and Mike Sanchez. Each episode of the Location Sound Podcast, we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
Mike Gillig is a production sound mixer based out of Cologne, Germany. In the television industry in Germany, the production company usually provides the audio kit so he's had the opportunity to work with a variety of gear such as Sound Devices mixer/recorders, Zoom F4 & F8 and SQN mixers. Based in Germany, Sennheiser wireless mics are very popular as well as Audio Limited, Micron and on a rare occasion, Lectrosonics. Each episode we talk with location sound mixers, boom ops and other industry pros about the various aspects of recording sound on-location for feature and independent films, TV commercials, interviews, anytime where dialog from actors is recorded. Whether you’re a seasoned veteran or just starting out, this podcast is packed with great stories and lessons about recording on-location.
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