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Old 2nd August 2018
  #421
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Name: Manuel
Specialty: Location Recording, Location Video, Live Sound, Acapella Music
Based: Maryland

I am a good friend of NorseHorse and @ king2070lplaya having worked with them and the rest of Arts Laureate for a while.

Also, @ Remoteness , I had the privilege of doing sound recently for a swing band and the bass player and I got to talking. Turns out he used to work with you? His name is Eric.

I have learned a lot from this forum as a lurker. I decided to make an account because I have reached the point where the scathing feedback of GS is what I think my recordings need to improve. I am really excited to meet you all and I guess I will get my first sarcastic thumbs up out of the way. It's a rite of passage here right?

Last edited by Subtle Nod; 2nd August 2018 at 12:49 AM.. Reason: spell check
Old 2nd August 2018 | Show parent
  #422
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🎧 15 years
Welcome, welcome, welcome...

Yes, Eric is a good friend and he has indeed worked with me. We originally connected through gearslutz. He came by to visit the field shop and on the same day said he wanted to work for me.

He turned out to be one of the best ELCO wirer we ever had. I named him, The ELCO Kid.

I'm quite fond of that individual.


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Originally Posted by Subtle Nod ➡️
Name: Manuel
Specialty: Location Recording, Location Video, Live Sound, Acapella Music
Based: Maryland

I am a good friend of NorseHorse and @ king2070lplaya having worked with them and the rest of Arts Laureate for a while.

Also, @ Remoteness , I had the privilege of doing sound recently for a swing band and the bass player and I got to talking. Turns out he used to work with you? His name is Eric.

I have learned a lot from this forum as a lurker. I decided to make an account because I have reached the point where the scathing feedback of GS is what I think my recordings need to improve. I am really excited to meet you all and I guess I will get my first sarcastic thumbs up out of the way. It's a rite of passage here right?
Old 14th October 2018
  #423
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🎧 5 years
Since I'm freelancing now, I guess it's time to post my details in this thread.

Name: Justice Bigler
Rank: full time sound engineer
Specialty: live sound, theatre sound, live event recording, system design and consulting
Location: Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma

I started life as a saxophone player. For the past 15 years I have been working as an sound tech and for the past decade I was the house sound engineer for the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Having left the Tulsa PAC at the end of July, I am now freelancing full time, while I look for a full time gig again. Experience includes 15 years as a stage hand, sound tech, theatre A1 and recording engineer; having mixed many music, musical theatre, straight plays, ballet, opera, symphony and symphony pops live productions. For the past 4 years I have been the recording engineer for the Tulsa Symphony; recording their classics series for broadcast on local public radio. I also did a series of live opera recordings for the Tulsa Opera for broadcast on local public radio.

My current system is a Lenovo P50 laptop with Protools and a Focusrite Clarett 8Pre and Clarett Octopre. I'm about to buy a remote production/recording truck. Hopefully have the deal done by the end of the month, early November at the latest.

I also do sound systems design and consulting and most recently completed the consulting and system design for a small local jazz club and a large privately funded public park here in Tulsa.
Old 20th October 2018 | Show parent
  #424
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🎧 15 years
Welcome, welcome, welcome...

Quote:
Originally Posted by JCBigler ➡️
Since I'm freelancing now, I guess it's time to post my details in this thread.

Name: Justice Bigler
Rank: full time sound engineer
Specialty: live sound, theatre sound, live event recording, system design and consulting
Location: Based in Tulsa, Oklahoma

I started life as a saxophone player. For the past 15 years I have been working as an sound tech and for the past decade I was the house sound engineer for the Tulsa Performing Arts Center. Having left the Tulsa PAC at the end of July, I am now freelancing full time, while I look for a full time gig again. Experience includes 15 years as a stage hand, sound tech, theatre A1 and recording engineer; having mixed many music, musical theatre, straight plays, ballet, opera, symphony and symphony pops live productions. For the past 4 years I have been the recording engineer for the Tulsa Symphony; recording their classics series for broadcast on local public radio. I also did a series of live opera recordings for the Tulsa Opera for broadcast on local public radio.

My current system is a Lenovo P50 laptop with Protools and a Focusrite Clarett 8Pre and Clarett Octopre. I'm about to buy a remote production/recording truck. Hopefully have the deal done by the end of the month, early November at the latest.

I also do sound systems design and consulting and most recently completed the consulting and system design for a small local jazz club and a large privately funded public park here in Tulsa.
Old 5th October 2019 | Show parent
  #425
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🎧 15 years
As many may already know, we now have two additional sub-forums.

If you want to get the full experience of the 'Remote Possibilities in Location Recording and Production' forum and its topics, consider subscribing to them.

Any new post in these categories will not come up on your 'New Subscribed Threads' notifications unless you subscribe to them.

IMHO, having these new sub-forums, 'All Things Technical' and 'Mobile & Location Rigs' will prove to be a great addition to this awesome Remotester-centric forum!
Old 30th May 2020
  #426
Here for the gear
 
Hey all, I am Manolis.

I do remote recordings with a combination of Radar II, and Lynx aurora based rig, and sometimes Midas F16r.

I used to record bands mostly, but now most often record a really amazing choir in an OK concert hall.

I most often use mics I made from parts, mostly based on the KM84 circuit mated with LDC's.

Any others still hauling a radar ii around, or am I the only glutton for punishment
Old 31st May 2020 | Show parent
  #427
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🎧 15 years
Welcome, Manolis.

RADAR II is a great sounding machine. Hey, if it ain't broken, there's no need to fix it. I guess the track is large enough for you to keep it as part of your arsenal.

Tell us more about your handmade microphones.



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Originally Posted by korfius ➡️
Hey all, I am Manolis.

I do remote recordings with a combination of Radar II, and Lynx aurora based rig, and sometimes Midas F16r.

I used to record bands mostly, but now most often record a really amazing choir in an OK concert hall.

I most often use mics I made from parts, mostly based on the KM84 circuit mated with LDC's.

Any others still hauling a radar ii around, or am I the only glutton for punishment
Old 22nd December 2020 | Show parent
  #428
Gear Head
 
Sean Slavin
Denver, CO

I started out 20 years ago as a freelance photographer for Surfer Magazine. The travel was pretty stellar. The pay was not. I moved into family portraits and documentary wedding coverage. The surf work became more stock and commercial focused and was my creative outlet from weddings.

The past 5 years, I've slowly been migrating my photography studio into video and now, into a production company.

I do events, live production and commercial work. Most of my work this past year has been focused around live theatre. Sometimes with live streaming.

The last couple of months I've been focused on building up my skills on the audio side so I can offer a more complete solution.
Old 22nd December 2020 | Show parent
  #429
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🎧 15 years
Welcome Sean Slavin from Denver.

Thanks for sharing your stories with us.

Best wishes to you and yours.

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Originally Posted by smslavin ➡️
Sean Slavin
Denver, CO

I started out 20 years ago as a freelance photographer for Surfer Magazine. The travel was pretty stellar. The pay was not. I moved into family portraits and documentary wedding coverage. The surf work became more stock and commercial focused and was my creative outlet from weddings.

The past 5 years, I've slowly been migrating my photography studio into video and now, into a production company.

I do events, live production and commercial work. Most of my work this past year has been focused around live theatre. Sometimes with live streaming.

The last couple of months I've been focused on building up my skills on the audio side so I can offer a more complete solution.
Old 22nd December 2020
  #430
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🎧 5 years
Quote:
Originally Posted by Remoteness ➡️
Thought for today:
Why don't we create a worldwide network for all remote facilities, their engineers, clients and associate. If one of us gets in a jam, we can call on a facility in the area for technical support in the form of equipment backup, crew support, media stock, etc...
interesting thought, going all the way back to 2oo2! - things have changed quite a bit since then (gear, interfacing, applications, budgets, time schedules etc.)

i've become so much specialized in my approach (in that i'm combining tasks which used to be entirely separate) that for someone walking up to my rig, there isn't even a minor chance this person would get all the gear going within a resonable amount of time or making any sensible use of it (except for some basic work such as selecting and positioning mics or then some other tasks, depending on background/expertise)...

...while at the same time, we're still doing the same thing as some 20, 30, 40 or more years ago, which is 'moving a bit of air' (and some gear) and having fun doing so! :-)

maybe we could start another thread in which we describe our work, approach, workflow, logistics, gear etc. - then and now!
Old 22nd December 2020 | Show parent
  #431
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🎧 15 years
Sounds like a great idea.


Quote:
Originally Posted by deedeeyeah ➡️
interesting thought, going all the way back to 2oo2! - things have changed quite a bit since then (gear, interfacing, applications, budgets, time schedules etc.)

i've become so much specialized in my approach (in that i'm combining tasks which used to be entirely separate) that for someone walking up to my rig, there isn't even a minor chance this person would get all the gear going within a resonable amount of time or making any sensible use of it (except for some basic work such as selecting and positioning mics or then some other tasks, depending on background/expertise)...

...while at the same time, we're still doing the same thing as some 20, 30, 40 or more years ago, which is 'moving a bit of air' (and some gear) and having fun doing so! :-)

maybe we could start another thread in which we describe our work, approach, workflow, logistics, gear etc. - then and now!
Old 28th December 2020 | Show parent
  #432
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mostly stuff made from microphone parts . com 0r whatever. At lest that's usually the starting point. It's just so much cheaper to build them than buy them. I am not re-inventing the wheel or anything...
Old 6th January 2021
  #433
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Cool idea Steve! Happy new year everyone!

I am a drummer/producer trying to promote my remote drum recording and mixing business.

I have over 25 years experience and have spent the last 9 years working with UK artist Paul Weller as studio drummer on his last 7 albums and as part of his live band playing drums, percussion and samples.

I have a home recording studio where I record and mix remotely. Please visit www.bengordelier.com for enquiries or just to say hello.

Thank you!
Old 9th January 2021 | Show parent
  #434
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Name: Jules Davies
Rank: Location Sound Recordist / Mix Engineer
Specialty: Music sessions for Broadcast
Location: Based in Cardiff & London, UK

Hi All!

I'm a TV location sound recordist that also specialises in live music sessions and concerts for television. I run a sound mobile based around a DM2000 as well as various portable and carry in rigs.

Before covid I was travelling the world working as sports presentation mixer for formula E but since then I've mostly been mixing music and podcasts from my small studio in Cardiff.

My website is:

https://www.soundguy.co.uk

Cheers!

Jules
Old 9th January 2021 | Show parent
  #435
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Quote:
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Before covid I was travelling the world working as sports presentation mixer for formula E
That's cool. I'd love hear some stories on what that circus was like.
Old 10th January 2021 | Show parent
  #436
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The cars are quiet so its a bit like recording tennis if the stands surrounding the match were filled with banging techno!
Old 4th February 2021
  #437
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Forum newbie looking for more ways to destroy bank account

Howdy

I'm a musician very rapidly evolving into recording and sound reinforcement. Thank you covid for making me even more of a diyer! I'll probably ask questions that are above my pay grade and have relatively pricey answers. I can mix small clubs and outdoor venues, multitrack record from near anywhere, and know just enough of ableton to get in trouble. Glad to be here
Old 4th February 2021 | Show parent
  #438
Greetings M00th,

Welcome to Gearslutz!
Old 7th February 2021
  #439
Here for the gear
 
Hello

I’m a classical saxophonist and oboist who makes a living working for US Army Bands. I have run the Audio Production Shop, served as the saxophone and oboe instructor at the Army School of Music, and several years ago, I became a certified Master Instructor. I have always had a strong interest in recording, but it has always been a hobby. I have learned a lot from Gearslutz over the years and now finally feel I may have something to contribute that hasn’t already been discussed.
Old 7th February 2021 | Show parent
  #440
Greetings Greyoboe,

Welcome to the community!

Enjoy the forum!
Old 10th February 2021 | Show parent
  #441
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🎧 5 years
From one saxophonist to another, greetings and welcome.
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