I will soon make a video production with sound. I have now heard of a cameraman of problems with the sound recording on the RED. He said that the sound engineer at that time would have the same sound recorded on DAT, and this was then made synonymous, because he was definitely better than the RED. How did your experiences with it? Are there any known problems? What do I have to pay attention?
I have often fished sound, with Ansteckmikros included with SQN on Digibeta. It always ran smoothly. Only the RED is new for me, so if one or the other can give me some advice, I would be very grateful.
Antwort von rush:
I have no experience with the RED ...
I would probably handle it as follows ... If you are working as normal with the SQN you've got a rule has a second output. Yes, there you can easily hook up a Dat recorder or portable audio recorder ala Zoom H2/H4 etc. at a sampling frequency of 48khz and dranhängen have a backup track of the sum.
If then the sound of the camera is problematic, you can enter the DAT tape or the SD Card into the cut.
Antwort von Valentino:
I would do as synonymous Rush has described it.
There were many times Porblèmes with the sound on the R1, but there were then a new audio board or firmware of this RED. Simply Tests times, whether the camera locks up when selected soundtrack playback. When this happens, it's still an old R1. For the firmware, as it should be at least the 20 build, if not even be the 21 build.
Yes, the usual simple instructions / menu map read and treat the device like any other DigiBeta or HDV with XLR inputs.
As a backup, but can still run along a DAT or other machine, then you probably need synonymous with no camera time an atmosphere or repetition.
Otherwise, always good to beat synonymous door, his face as these TC Syncro not yet sufficiently mature not to sham. Had with a sound device 744 as TC generator always one to five pictures to offset door. On the subject of TC and R1, give the camera still views as a TC Sync Freerun, because video files are built into the two TC.