We became an official dealer of Blue microphones this year, and the relationship has been fantastic. Those guys love microphones as much as the Rojo crew does. After a fairly large recording session recently, the Rojo mic locker was out, so we rounded them up for a quick photo. Now, of course, there are more hidden away in cracks and corners around here, but these represent the best and brightest of our recording mics. From classic RCA ribbons to stunning dynamic mics to blow-the-doors-off large diaphragm condensers, these mics will record any source beautifully. A personal favorite is the Red Type A tube mic. We have the R-6 capsule. Mmm. There are not many mic combinations that sound better than that.
Our good friends at rockwoodmetals.com did a fantastic job with the new signage for our building. The work is beautiful! They do some great things with metal, including some amazing decorative art for your home. Head over to their website and let your credit card do the talking!
The Learning Technologies division of Mission Aviation Fellowship serves missionaries around the world by providing communications solutions–secure internet connections, safe cell phone communications, and distance-learning for pastors and church leaders in remote wilderness villages. In many parts of the world, the communities are illiterate, so teaching the Bible from books is not a possibility. That’s where MAF-LT comes in. They’ve created an amazing process to teach the Bible using the oral storytelling traditions of many cultures around the world. This week, the crew from MAF came to the studio to create the audio components for their on-line training course.
We’re doing the Foley work for an upcoming Lamplighter release. This show takes place in the late 1800’s, and one scene has a heart-stopping drop from a steel bridge into the swirling waters below. We needed the hollow-but-sturdy sound of suspended steel, and found it in this–a ramp for loading ATVs into a pickup truck. Perfect!
One of the joys of working at home is that my kids get to help from time to time. Emily was tape-op for 3 episodes of this program.
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