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Don Abernathy as Production Sound on the comedy webisode Don Abernathy doubled as Gaffer and Production Sound on the Webisode Don Abernathy as Production Sound: Boom Operator on the trailer for the comedic series RECORDING SETTINGS: Format: WAV 24bit, Sample Rate: 48k, Size(Maximum): 2G(2h04m), Low Cut set at 40Hz, Level set at -6dB, Record Mode: Dual, Source: both EXT INDEP and EXT IN 1 based on each scene requirements and the number of characters speaking, DUALDon Abernathy as Production Sound on the webisode AUDIO SPECS: The tools I used include: Tascam DR-40 Two track Recorder, Audio-Technica AT897 Shotgun Microphone, K-Tech Carbon Fiber Boom Pole 8.9', Rycote Invision Microphone Shock Mount, One Sennheiser Wireless G3 ENG Set, Portamount with shoulderSometimes in wide shots, when you have limited lavs(mini-microphones) for all the actors, you have to think of creative places to hide the microphone. Here I mounted it under a table and pointed it in the direction of the actor's faces. Don AbernathyNew Quest Film production company logo.Sometimes it gets REALLY cramped on the set, and you've got this long boom pole to hold. Don Abernathy as Production Sound on the webisode As Production Sound, I handled all of the Production Sound including Recording, Mixing, and Boom Operating during the Production Phase(while the show was being shot). Don Abernathy as Production Sound on the webisode Don AbernathyDon Abernathy as Production Sound on the Elly Kaye promotional Don Abernathy discusses scene with crew as Production Sound on the Elly Kaye promotional Don AbernathyAfter finding a place to hide a lavalier (lav / radio microphone / wireless microphone) on the actor, a transmitter (the size of a cell phone) must also be attached on them. Don Abernathy as Production Sound on the webisode School of Thrones is a webisode parody of the HBO popular series Not only do you have to keep the Don Abernathy as Production Sound on the Webisode There are Five basic ways a If there is a I may be a little vertically challenged, but the boom pole with the microphone can extend to where I need it to be. Don Abernathy as Production Sound on the webisode My education, experience, and training in Lighting, Grip and Cinematography at LACC, WLAC/Hollywood CPR program, and un-official internship at Mole Richardson Lighting allows me to wear several hats on most NON-UNION indie productions. I can safely and quDon Abernathy as Production Sound on the set of Don Abernathy as Production Sound; Boom Operator on the film Italian film Don Abernathy (left) as Production Sound on the set of Don Abernathy setting the frequency for a Lavalier microphone receiver as Production Sound on the Commercial for Armolan Window Films.End of Day on the production of For the benefit of any production I work on as the position of It's usually a discussion between the Director and Cinematographer(a.k.a. Director of Photography) where to position the camera, if a shot list is not used, or things change. THOSE GUYS! (many times GALS nowadays). THESE GUYS!!! Sometimes I'm acEvery time the camera moves to a different position, I often have to find new places to position the microphone out of site of the camera. Even if lavaliers are used, ambience sound of the room; doors, walking actors, and the like must be picked up as to Filmmaker's CHECK LIST for creating Great Production Sound: 1) Invite the Sound Mixer(a.k.a Production Sound) on ALL your Location Scouts. WHY? Let's say you or your Location Scout discovers what you believe to be the perfect location forIn a After When they're rolling, we get to take a break. Don Abernathy as an Don Abernathy as Production Sound on the webisode Don Abernathy as Production Sound on the Webisode CHALLENGES: Ninety-eight percent of this production was shot in and around UCLA, utilizing interiors and exteriors of the college. NOTE: One of the Directors and many of the production crew were and are current UCLA film students, so we had on-campus permThe way the Production Sound works is that the purpose is to record Quality Sound that links up with Video/Picture from the camera so that the editor will be able to both identify and easily match up both parts later on during post production. Cameras donDon Abernathy captures basketball game intensity on the set of Tournament of Dreams.Writer-Director Don Abernathy with cast on the set of Tournament of Dreams.Don Abernathy with actress/model Petra and friend on set of Tournament of Dreams. Don Abernathy and young star Shakira Bryant(Two Two) with gummy bears, Tournament of Dreams.Don Abernathy reviews a scene with veteran actors Tony Todd & Debbie Allen, Tournament of Dreams.Don Abernathy consults with actor Tony Todd on the set of Tournament of Dreams.Don AbernathyLady Cavaliers defend title against opposing team on the set of Tournament of Dreams.Cool Breeze(The Derby) played by Don Abernathy in
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Biography

Don Abernathy has studied a variety of film production disciplines from Theatre, Grip, Set Lighting, Cinematography, Screenwriting, Film History, Directing, Producing and Production Sound from an eclectic group of community colleges and universities including Loyola Marymount University, El Camino College, Los Angeles Valley College, Los Angeles ... See full bio »
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