1. An Introduction to Sound Series with Clinton Harn


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    Welcome to Film Sound Sessions with Clinton Harn. Film Sound Sessions is a collection of articles designed to educate and inform filmmakers on how to record exceptional audio for film and video. Clinton Harn has been working as a record producer, filmmaker, session musician, drummer and recording engineer for the past 15 years. He has been a lecturer at JMC academy for the last 10 years, where he teaches things like sound for film, music production analysis to effective business practices and copyright law. Clinton also runs his own production company specializing in music videos, documentaries, short feature films and sound for post and pre production. For More Info: http://www.zacuto.com/clinton-harn-sound-series

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    • Zacuto Sound Series - Location Sound Car Interior Audio Samples Pt 2


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      Clinton Harn continues his Location Sound Car Interior video tutorials. This time he shows us the audible differences between microphones and using the different methods discussed in the part one video: (link to part one video). For More Info: http://www.zacuto.com/clinton-harn-sound-series

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      • Zoom H4n vs Tascam DR-05 on Canon 7D


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        (PLEASE USE A DECENT PAIR OF HEADPHONES TO HEAR THE SOUND CLEARLY) In addition to Zoom H4n ($299), I needed another recorder but small enough to put in a pocket. Zoom H1 ($99) was my first thought, but after some research I went for a different one: TASCAM DR-05 ($99). When I received it, it was a little bigger than I imagined. I was home with my wife, and she was practicing a song that she'll be singing at a small concert this weekend, and I thought it was a great chance to do a quick test comparing the new TASCAM DR-05 and ZOOM H4N. And I also wanted to emphasize the necessity of proper external audio equipment when shooting with DSLR cameras. ZOOM H4N was placed on top of the Canon 7D, and TASCAM DR-05 was placed on top of the desk left side of me. Both recorders were about 5 to 6 feet away from my wife. (She didn't memorize the song yet, so she had to look at the computer screen) I didn't include any comments in the video, so you can be the judge of this test. In my opinion, H4n picked up bass sound better, but overall TREB-BASS balance was better with DR-05. I thought the conventional pick-up pattern of DR-05 caused some sound difference between left and right, but maybe it was partially due to the fact she was singing toward the wall on the left side, and DR-05 was closer to the wall than H4n. I'm thinking of doing another test outside where there's more noise. This may be a bit too hasty of a conclusion, but possibly H4n is better for music and DR-05 for vocals. The song is "Wonder Wall" by Oasis. ---------------------------- Update 6/15/11: You can watch her performing at http://vimeo.com/24954827

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        • NAB 2013: Tascam introduces the DR-60D 4 Channel Recorder


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          Dan Chung of newsshooter.com talks to Dan from Tascam about their latest offering, the DR-60D, which is a 4 Channel Linear PCM Recorder. The new Tascam recorder's form factor and feature set is specifically catered to the DSLR videographer. A wealth of in- and outputs, as well as different recording formats make this a very competitive option, especially with a price of $349

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          • GOOD SOUND FOR DSLR VIDEO - By Linden Hudson


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            CLASSICBANDS DOT COM said: "Linden Hudson co-wrote much of the material on the ZZ Top ELIMINATOR album". (Linden was never given credit for his work on this multi-platinum record album) +++ Quote: David Blayney (15 years as ZZ Top stage manager) in his book SHARP DRESSED MEN said: "Linden Hudson in a fair world should have had his name all over ELIMINATOR and gotten the just compensation he deserved. Instead he got ostracized." +++ FROM THE BOOK: “SHARP DRESSED MEN — ZZ TOP” BY DAVID BLAYNEY: (page 227): The song “Legs” Linden Hudson introduced the pumping synthesizer effect. +++ Read about Linden's truly shitty ZZ Top adventure while working on "Eliminator" at: lindenhudson.com/fa-2 +++ LINDEN HUDSON IS IN THE FOLLOWING WIKIPEDIA PAGES (do a "find" on each page for Linden) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ZZ_Top en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eliminator_(album) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Legs_(song) en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Got_Me_Under_Pressure en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sharp_Dressed_Man en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Musical_plagiarism +++ ABOUT THIS TUTORIAL: Get good sound for dslr cameras at a low cost. This tutorial by Linden Hudson. Linden is a pro sound engineer for video/film. See Lindens other tutorials at: lindenhudson.com/tu USA ( United States Of America )

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            • Gearbox Unauthorized - 5D Sound


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              Canon 5D Mark II Dual System Sound vs DSLR Sound DSLR HD DSLR Hosa MIT-156 Line Matching Transformer Audio Technica AT897 The Filmmakers Intensive www.thec47.com www.RedShoeFilm.com

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              • Class 35 - DSLR Cameras: Easy Sync in the Field VOD


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                In this Class I'll demonstrate how to create a good solid sync point when working on a hectic run-and-gun type video shoot. A solid sync point will ensure accurate synchronization in post.

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                • CL17 - DSLR Cameras VOD


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                  This video is about DSLR Cameras

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                  • Audition


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                    Auditioning for a cappella club. Filmed on a 7d and 60d

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