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GainForward Explained

Picture this: you’ve set your transmitter gain, wired up the cast under their complex outfits, and you’re ready to roll. Unfortunately, in the middle of the first take, one character unexpectedly begins to speak very softly. This didn’t happen during rehearsal! Now you need to quickly pause production, and approach the actor to make adjustments […]

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A20-Mini 32-Bit Float Recording

The A20-Mini wireless microphone transmitter is the industry’s first and only transmitter which features built-in 32-bit floating point recording. This is very significant: with 32-bit float recorded files, audio gain decisions can be fully made after recording. This may sound provocative to an experienced sound engineer. Prior to 32-bit float recordings, the recorder’s microphone preamp […]

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What receivers are compatible with the A10-RACK? Audio Ltd. A10-RX with A-SLAudio Ltd. En2 CX2-PLectrosonics SRaLectrosonics SRbLectrosonics SRcWisycom MCR42 Can I use the Lectrosonics SRc-941 with the A10-RACK?  The frequency range of the A10-RACK is 470-694 MHz, therefore the antenna distribution features of the A10-RACK are incompatible with the Lectrosonics SRc-941. Does the A10-RACK output […]

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A-15PIN Installation

The A-15PIN is an A10-RX accessory allowing for direct connection with a range of Sony professional camcorders. The instructions below describe installation of the A10-RX in the A-15PIN and attaching the assembled A-15PIN to a Sony professional camcorder.

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Best Practices for Videoconferencing with a MixPre

Microphones and Input Sources Microphone selection and proper usage are critical to getting quality audio. Without digging into microphone technology and techniques, here are some things to consider when selecting and using microphones for podcasting, conferencing, and live streaming applications.

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Setting up a MixPre for Zoom Conferencing and Webinars

Great quality, clear-sounding audio is essential for effective video conferencing. While the built-in microphones and loudspeakers on computers, tablets, and mobile phones are acceptable for short conversations, professional results require dedicated audio hardware. When audio quality is poor, guests and participants fatigue and your message gets lost. Good video quality doesn’t make up for bad […]

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