NBC’s Grimm Chooses Audio-Technica Microphone
Sonic Media Studios taps BP4073 for on-location recording
January 23, 2013
Paul Nelson and John Neff fit the BP4073 with a windscreen.
ANAHEIM, CALIF. — NBC TV series “Grimm” will use an Audio-Technica
microphone for dialog replacement recording.
The show is shot on location in Portland, Ore., and local Sonic
Media Studios is in charge of recording ADR.
Engineer John Neff, whose music and film mixing operations
are located at Sonic Media Studios, recommended a BP4073 Line + Gradient
Condenser Microphone to Sonic Media Studios owner Paul Nelson and audio engineer
Wayne Woods for this job.
Neff previously has used Audio-Technica microphones in location
recording for David Lynch’s mystery film “Inland Empire,” and the BP4073 for
other features and documentaries.
“We listened to three really great mics for our shotgun
selection. The A-T was hands-down the winner in our test. It really did have
more ‘presence’ than the others,” Neff said.
“I continue to choose A-T because, over the years, their
products have proven time and time again to be completely reliable and have the
ability to capture audio with the highest quality,” said Neff. “When you are in
the field and have a set with actors and full crew, you can’t risk anything.
Audio-Technica mics deliver every time.”