Quality sound recording requires first-rate equipment, but the mixer needs to know how to employ these tools to get the best possible sound on any recording medium.  In this craft experience counts, because you're only as good as your last job. Here are some of the tools I'll put to work for you.

 

Sound Devices 302 Mixer  (3+2 channel, exceptionally quiet and robust portable mixer)

Sound Devices MixPre 6 Mixer/Recorder (with Ambient Nano Lockit time code

and 6 iso tracks + XLR outs when used with the 302)

 Taking a break behind a Red One camera rig on the National Geographic production "The Man Who Can Fly."

Taking a break behind a Red One camera rig on the National Geographic production "The Man Who Can Fly."

Sennheiser MKH 60 short shotgun w/ Rycote zeppelin, suspension, high wind cover, windjammer      
 
Shure SM89 condenser modified to cardioid for interior recording

Crown pzm and boundary layer condenser mics

EV 635 hand held mic
 
Lavs: PSC Milimic (1), Sony ECM-77 (1), Lectrosonics M-152 (2)

Van den Bergh lightweight boom pole

Lectrosonics 201 series UHF diversity wireless set

Lectrosonics 185 series VHF wireless set

Sennheiser G3 UHF wireless sets x2

Sony headphones / Portabrace and Petrol cases / 2-way walkies / Pearstone non-TC slate