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BAFTA Cymru Award-nominated sound recordist Deian Humphreys has been capturing dynamic dialogue for the BBC's Doctor Who on Sound Devices hardware. Humphreys records the majority of the show using a trolley-based rig, which consists of a Sound Devices 788T-SSD with a CL-9 controller. When on the go, he takes his 788T-SSD using the more portable CL-8 mixing control surface. "One of the features that I really like about the 788T is that it allows me to easily switch between a Schoeps SuperCMIT digital mic and a Schoeps analogue mic without the need for any peripheral equipment," said Humphreys. "I will often have eight iso-tracks being recorded and two mixed tracks, so the 788T is being driven hard. It always performs incredibly well."

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