14 Mar 2011

The Glee Live Tour intro video for the LXD was shot on the Epic-M camera provided by Tonaci Tran.

At this production I worked as the sound recordist. Two channels of lapel mic was used in the car hiding in the visor and a boom mic to cover everything else. There were three generators on set to power the lights and with the scene taking place in an alley the sounds from them just bounced everywhere. Regardless, the audio captured by both the lavs and the boom were still clean enough to use. A simple noise gate with reverb and you wouldn't be able to ehar the noise. Unfortunately whoever did the final audio mix is not very balance at all let alone hearing any generator noise on the set.


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profile.largeGeorge Tsai attended California State University, Long Beach and graduated in 2010 with BS in Electrical Engineering, Audio Engineering, and an Entrepreneurship Minor. He is also a United States Marine with combat deployments to both Iraq and Afghanistan. He concluded his service with an honorable discharge as a Sergeant. Today, he freelances in the film industry with his Red Epic-X camera package and production audio equipment. He is also the founder of FUZE Ti.  Read more...

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