Wanna See My Mobile Rig? ;) – The GKN Weekly Update 9/9/14

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8 Responses

  1. Hi Tom,
    I can’t wait to see your rig!

    Uh, I mean, mobile travel gear.

    See you in Tucson!

    Jamee

  2. Philip Cirincione says:

    Hey Tom,
    Thanks for the information and explanation. Always good to hear from a pro!
    When are you coming to LA again? So sorry I missed you last time.
    Be well,
    Phil

    ps. Great Stephen King collection but where are your Delgado’s???

  3. Tom Dheere says:

    My pleasure! I don’t think I’ll be in LA this year but 2015 is a possibility. Oh, and if you look closely, “Acting With Both Sides of Your Brain” is two shelves up all the way on the right, right next to “World Drama”. 🙂

  4. Tom Dheere says:

    Oh, my. See you soon!

  5. Looks great! Always nice to see how others set up their on the road recording situ.
    Nic
    http://www.nicolaredman.com

  6. Jerry Wells says:

    VERY helpful to see your mobile recording setup. I’m starting to need one myself and yours looks great because it’s affordable and easy to set up. I’d be inclined to trust the sound quality since a PRO like you uses it! One question: Have any or your clients been able to tell the difference between this and your studio recordings? (Ok, two questions!) Have you ever needed to use it to add on to or revise a job you did in your studio? If so, how did that work out?
    (3 questions, but that’s all!)
    Thanks again,
    Jerry Wells

  7. Tom Dheere says:

    Happy to help, Jerry! To answer your questions: my clients have not noticed a big difference in sound quality and I have not tried to do retakes on it, though if it comes up I’ll let you know how it went. I send my files from my studio pretty raw and let my clients equalize, process, etc. Thanks for your comments!

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