My Gear

When working with SLS, all the necessary tools to record audio for your production are provided. Don't worry 'bout a thang. 

SLS Recording Services is FCC Licensed to operate Broadcast Auxiliary Low Power equipment, call sign WROS635.

Mixers/Recorders (where do the noises go?):

Zaxcom Nova 16-track recorder

Sound Devices 744t 4-track recorder

Zaxcom Bodypack Recorders

Sound Devices 302 mixer

Yamaha 01v96i 16-channel mixer with Dante

Yamaha RUio16-D 16-channel Dante interface 

Wireless Systems (how do the noises get there?):

Zaxcom (Talent Wireless, RF Timecode, and Wireless Monitor)

Lectrosonics (Talent Wireless)

VocoPro Silent PA (Client Wireless Monitor)

Microsone IEM/Earwig System

Microphones (my favorite part, how do we hear the noises?):

Schoeps CMIT-5U

Schoeps miniCMIT

Schoeps MK41

Schoeps MK4

Sanken CS-3e 

Sanken CMS-50

Sennheiser MKH-416 

DPA 6060

DPA 4060

Sanken Cos-11D 

Sennheiser MKE-1

Sennheiser MKE-2

Audix SCX-1

Sennheiser MD46

Shure SM58

Timecode tools (how do we sync the noises to the pretty pictures?):

Zaxcom ERX3-TCD

Denecke JB-1

TC cables for all cameras (Arri, RED, Sony, Canon, etc)

Relevant Software (what do we do with the noises?):

ProTools 12 Ultimate

iZotope RX 9 Advanced

Adobe Creative Cloud Suite

Dante Controller, Dante Virtual SoundCard, Dante Via

If the job requires tools I don't own (rarer and rarer these days), you can be sure I know where to get them. I've got an extensive rental network and can find exactly the right pieces to complete any package. Email me at!