- Tampa, FL
- Tampa, FL
LanguagesEnglish & Brooklyn
- [email protected]
Adam is available forAudio reporter/tape synch covering greater Tampa Bay. I am about 45 minutes north of Clearwater/St. Petersburg area. Complete details and a full list of equipment at https://tapesync.info
I’m an eager and energetic audio reporter trying to develop intimate stories with people I talk to. My interest encompasses forgotten chapters of history, art & cultural exploration, capturing simplistic times, evoking smiles and fond memories as touchstones to our past, as well as informed public affairs and offbeat stories of ordinary people going about their lives. Because audio storytelling is compulsive for me, I don’t just embrace it, I succumb to it. To get to the core of the story, I squeeze all the juice I can out of the orange, and when I’m done, I squeeze more. The audio reporters role is to insinuate the story into the listeners conscience, then I write the middle of the story first, then add the corners of the story.
I record with a Yellowtec iXm (self-contained recording microphone, writing to a 32GB SD card) with a BeyerDynamic Super-Cardioid Condenser capsule or a Dynamic Cardioid capsule. I can upload the audio file via iPhone or 12.9" iPad Pro (with cellular service) or from the Macbook Pro via WeTransfer.com to your email address if needed immediately.
Full list of equipment at https://tapesync.info
WPRNPublicRadio.com's mission is to inform and entertain, bringing news and features to our growing audience, bringing off-beat audio stories to life, and focusing on culture and artistic sound portraits. Our interests encompass exploration of simplistic times evoking smiles and fond memories and contemporary stories of human connections.
- Tape Syncs
- Story Editing
- Social Media
- Scrubbing and Audio Editing
- Field Recording
- Shure SM7b, Mac 16" MB Pro with 32GB Unified Memory, 2TB storage, Rode Procaster II Mixer.
- For field recording I use a Yellowtec iXM which has a self-contained recorder inside the mic (cardioid dynamic head) holds a 32 GB SD card, which can hold 96 hours
- Staff Reporter/Photographer at New York Post (1988)