Perfecting Audio: Field Recorders
CreativeCOW presents Perfecting Audio: Field Recorders -- Audio Professionals Tutorial


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Audio professional Keith Alexander offers a personal tour through the minefield that is field recorders. The goal is to cover as many situations that may arise with the least amount of gear, and to make sure the job gets done right the first time.



Some of the equipment covered in this overview: Zoom F4 Multitrack Field Recorder with Timecode Zoom F8n Multi-Track Field Recorder Tascam DR-70D 4-Channel Audio Recorder for DSLR Cameras, 20Hz-20KHz Frequency Response, 4 XLR/TRS Combo Jacks, Micro-B USB 2.0 Port, Two Built-In Microphones Tascam DR-22WL 2-Channels Portable Handheld Audio Recorder with Wi-Fi, 3.5mm Mini Jack, Connector, 10kOhms Impedance, USB2.0 Tascam DR-60D MKII Portable Recorder for DSLR Sony ICD-UX560 4GB Stereo Digital Voice Recorder - Built-In USB Zoom H6 Handy Recorder with Interchangeable Microphone System, Four XLR/TRS Inputs Zoom H3-VR 360 Degree Virtual Reality Handy Audio Recorder with Built-In Ambisonics Mic Array
Keith Alexander
Hello, I am Keith Alexander. I am an audio professional with the experience and knowledge to bring any project from conception to final master. Whether it is the soundscape, the recording or the mood of your project, I have the skills and tools to do it, with 25 years practical experience of audio post production in the areas of film, television, radio, digital and dubbing. An expert user of Avid and Steinberg systems and associated hardware with extensive knowledge of all professional audio post production platforms. My expertise extends to all disciplines of audio post production design, recording, editing, mixing and mastering for broadcast, DCP, digital and game. I am a client- focused project manager with the expertise to bring a project in on budget and on time at the highest international standards. To learn more, visit www.noiseminer.com. And for more education and inspiration on cameras, lenses, lighting, production, post, and more, be sure to visit Adorama TV.