Where cinematography meets sound engineering.

We capture a musical performance in its entirety, including a multi-cam setting and a pro sound with full synchronization. A full post-production setup using pro-grade video editing software and word-class audio post-production flow is used.

 Recorded live, our videos make use of our extensive pro-grade equipments such as
* Multiple full-frame cameras Nikon Z7 II (45 MPix, 4K @ 60 fps)
* Top-notch Nikkor lenses, including award-winning Nikkor Z 85mm f/1.8 S, Nikkor Z 14-24mm f/2.8 S, Nikkor Z 28mm f/2.8, Nikkor 24-120mm f/4, Nikkor 18-35mm f/3.5-4.5 and more....
* Auxiliary cameras like GoPro 10 for dynamic and space-demading shots, according to the location
* DJI Ronin RS2 3D gimbal enabling professional cinematic camera motion
The concert audio is typically captured in a multi-track setting on a digital mixing console. We work seamlessly with sound engineers or use our own Allen&Heath SQ5.
Post-processing of the live performance is our big strength and is done on a Solid State Logic powered rack, including:

* Digital AD/DA: Universal Audio x8p Heritage Edition
* Analog summing: SPL MixDream
* Compression: Solid State Logic THE BUS+, Elysia Xpressor
* Master bus: Solid State Logic FUSION

We use ProTools for in-the-box mixing with lots of pro-grade plugins, such as Antares AutoTune, FabFilter and many more.
Below are a few example shots taken as-is from our live cinematographic video work:
You can also watch some of the videos online (more references on demand):
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