is an independent audio producer and editor based out of Northern Virginia. He is currently the co-producer and editor of the
podcast hosted by tech entrepreneur Noah Labhart.
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As an independent producer and audio editor George is a member of AIR Media . He is available to do editing work for clients remotely from his home studio and charges clients based upon AIR's rate guide . He has access to Avid ProTools 12 , Adobe Audition , Hindenburg , and Logic Pro X audio editing software.
If you need to book George for a tape sync in the Washington DC area, you can book him by sending an email. George has done tape syncs for the Future State podcast with Richard A. Clarke, Climate One from The Commonwealth Club, With Good Reason radio by Virginia Humanities, Sorry Not Sorry with Alyssa Milano, Copper and Heat, and Pineapple Street Media.
For field recording: George's personal gear and equipment includes a Tascam DR-40 and RøDe NTG-2 shotgun mic with a PG2-R Pistol Grip Shockmount , a Movo windscreen and a Sony MDR 7506 headset. He also has a Marantz Audio Scope SG-5BC (non XLR shotgun mic), Sangean DAR-101 MP3 digital recorder, and two iRig lav mics for use with cell phone recordings. The Behringer Xenyx 802 8-Input field mixer is perfect to use if you have a power outlet to use.
If you need George's help with a studio recording, he has membership to Arlington Independent Media. AIM has a LEDE studio available for rental where you can record or audio using Avid ProTools through an iMac using a Raven MTX console. The studio has two Genelec Studio monitors, a large television screen, and up to 6 pairs of headphones and 6 XLR input lines to record. There is also an audio rack which uses a Universal Audio Apollo digital to analog audio converter, sevral AKG C-214 condenser mics or two AKG C414s, with both floor and table mic stand configurations available—perfect for music, voice over work, or Adobe premiere audio time code syncing and editing.