MixPre-3

Access Privileges: Must have taken the Basic Sound Workshop taught by Ethan and Qian

Overview: The MixPre-3 is a portable multitrack recorder/mixer and all­-in-­one 5-­in 2-­out USB interface, with three Kashmir microphone inputs, which captures high quality audio in the field, on set, or at home, with or without a computer.

The MixPre-3 II features

  • 24-bit with sampling rates from 44.1 kHz to 96 kHz.
  • In-unit gain, pan, low-cut, phase inversion, phantom power, and ISO mixing.
  • Rugged enough for all applications, light enough for bag use and mobile recording. Includes a MX-4AA Battery Sled (batteries not included) and Y-Cable USB-C to 2 USB-A.
  • Record to an SD card or stream audio to your computer via USB
  • Three ultra-low-noise Kashmir microphone preamps with analog limiters capture high quality audio in the field, on set, or at home, with or without a computer.
  • Powerful 300 mW+300 mW headphone amp allows you to easily hear over loud sounds.

Other Resources:

User Guide

Quick Start Guide

New Addition – Sony – Sigma Art Lens

Our first big addition to the cage this summer is the Sony Sigma Art Lens Kit. This kit includes seven high-speed prime lenses that have earned a nice reputation over the last few years. Our kit includes the 14mm f/1.8, 24mm f/1.4, 35mm f/1.4, 50mm f/1.4, 70mm f/2.8 Macro, 85mm f/1.4, and 135mm f/1.8. Each lens has a fast maximum aperture to help with low light levels and each produces a beautiful image. The 14mm is the widest lens that we offer and the 70mm is a macro lens to get that telephoto look in an extreme close-up while being able to get physically close to your subject.

These lenses are manufactured as a sony e-mount lens and will only be available for checkout with the Sony FS5 and FS7 cameras. They are an advanced lens kit and will be prioritized for upper level production courses.

If you’r interested in using these lenses for a project, keep your eye on the Workshop Calendar. The workshop will be paired with other advanced lenses in the equipment room and should take about 1.5-2 hours.

Volunteer for United Way of Addison County

Name: Linnea Oosterman

Email: linnea@unitedwayaddisoncounty.org

Message: We are looking for a volunteer to create a logo (that does not have copyright issues) for a new program we have developed called VT YouthWorks. This is a mentorship program for youth ages 18-24. We need it to say VT YouthWorks and the slogan Connecting Youth and Community. Our idea is to have a tree in the logo. This is a high need and are looking for a logo quickly as this program is growing.

Videographer Wanted

Contact: Joanna Shipley, Biology Coordinator, MBH 375,
Email: shipley@middlebury.edu
WHAT: A paid job to video-record a biology talk on November 8 (Thursday) from 4:30pm to 5:30pm in BiHall (MBH 220), then upload it so it can be viewed by faculty by that weekend. We’ve reserved a camera and tripod at Armstrong Library and will pay for time to practice with the equipment in addition to the actual recording and uploading time.
DATE: Thurs Nov 8, 2018
WHERE: MBH 220
COMPENSATION: Pays level C ($11.14/hour)

Videographer Wanted

Name: Judy

Email: chaves@gmavt.net

WANTED: Celtic Harp Recording 
DATE: Flexible

A good friend who plays Celtic harp is looking for someone to make a short video of her playing, to put on her website. She doesn’t have a whole lot of money to pay for this, so is wondering if maybe someone could do it as a class project or just to gain experience. She’s happy to bring her harp wherever necessary. 

Editing Gig

I am a local resident looking for student or staff help on a modest video project. I’m a senior citizen, reasonably skilled in digital photography (Photoshop, etc.) but not in video. I have over a dozen CD’s of analog family video that has been digitalized and now wish to edit and sort it. I note your involvement in Digital Projects and wonder if you could recommend someone who might have some time to get me started on the project. I’m an Apple user with a 27” iMac so probably have the computer capability of handling the project. I’d guess that it might involve  5 to ten hours over a month or two and am, of course, prepared to pay for the help.

I look forward to your suggestion/s.

Max Kraus
mhk10@cornell.edu