Posts Tagged ‘seattle sound recordist’

June 10, 2019

Etiquette 101 – Wire Talent Like A Pro

I’ve had a few people ask me how difficult #MeToo has made it to do my job. My answer: it hasn’t changed one bit. Since the news broke about Harvey Weinsten in 2017, many people have come forward with stories of sexual harassment and sexual assault, and not just in the entertainment industry. Being a Read More…

February 1, 2019

How I Approach New Jobs

As a Freelance Sound Mixer, I get many calls every year from new clients. I need to quickly know the scope of the job and recommend the best practice, and these four questions help me do that.

January 22, 2019

What’s In A Basic Kit?

A basic kit is, as the name suggests, the most basic audio setup needed to do just the simplest jobs. I do a lot of corporate and documentary work that often involves sit down interviews, single camera pretty locked down, so my basic kit is simple: A boom, two wireless mics, and a recorder. That Read More…

November 6, 2016

Lectrosonics’ New PDR Recorder

Lectrosonics announced their new PDR recorder today. The company is best known for their line of excellent wireless systems and is the current industry leader in that regard. The PDR is new territory for them, and it looks like a good first entry. According to the press release, it’s not much bigger than two or Read More…

November 5, 2016

Max Futterman Blog

In the coming weeks, I’ll be using this blog to discuss everything related to location sound mixing, including technologies, tutorials, and product reviews.  If you have a request for something you’d like me to cover, email me and let me know!