I called the New York City-based rental house Dreamhire today and asked if he would match the rates of a rental house on the West Coast. He actually laughed at me. Problem is that Dreamhire's daily rate for a Cedar DNS 1000 is $185, while it's only $80/day at Audio Rents in California.
The two words I have to say are "meh" and "feh".
There are a buncha audio post facilities in New York. Like:
Stavrosound has a post on using multi-band expansion for dialog tracks. (In our shop we buss all the dialog to a subgroup with Samplitude's multiband expander strapped over it.)
I'm going over much more detail about mixing for film at blog.pleasurefortheempire.com because it's such an incredibly exciting topic.
I test an Aurycle kit microphone (a u47 clone, all stock), the Austin ribbon kit (with Cinemag transformer), a Rode NT1-A, and an AKG C12...
Native Instruments is bummin' me out man. I bought a crossgrade bundle of their "Komplete 9" software. I got it from Sweetwate...
Here I talk more about the Kemper Profiler. I go on a bit compared to the last video and show you some different sounds. Here's som...