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Orson Welles and the Mercury Theatre performed H.G. Wells’ “War of the Worlds” on the CBS radio network on Sunday, October 30, 1938 — 80 years ago this year.
Among the most overlooked video accessories are outdoor windscreens for microphones. Much of a video crew’s work is outdoors and random wind noise is one of the most difficult anomalies to control. This means some sound operators, who work in extreme environments, spend as much money on wind protection gear as the microphones themselves.
Networked modular audio stageboxes have been around for a while and were hailed as a convenient alternative to clunky snakes and the huge patch bays that came with them. Unlike analog stage- and wallboxes, which usually only transmit signals to fixed locations or else require intricate and time-consuming cabling, they simplify connections and provide flexibility with respect to the I/O types.