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Re: [ARSCLIST] proper cataloging terminology: acetate vs lacquer?
Having started my career in the film business, I'd heard the recordist
say, both on the set, and in my dailies, "SPEED", but when I became a
recordist on a video shoot (2" quad tape) in the truck on location, I
was taught to say, "ROLLING AND RECORDING".
Family Theater Productions
Lou Judson wrote:
Yes - Nagra speed lock is the origin of this as far as I know. Let's
the director know you are with him... Maybe it goes back farther than
that in the film biz.
I usually revert to a casual "go ahead" when not on a set with protocols.
Lou Judson • Intuitive Audio
On Jan 19, 2006, at 11:17 AM, Robert Hodge wrote:
I have always liked to use " SPEED " to indicate recording. Probably
has to do with NAGRA pilot tone flag indicators and VTR lockup.