Bob Zelin is an old cranky video engineer who got his start in the professional audio business in 1977. By 1981, he was fired so many times that no one wanted to hire him, so he started his own company in 1982. Today, Bob makes his living by terrorizing southern editing facilities. He is nevertheless one ofthe industry's most respected systems contractors. You won't have to look hard to find him at The COW: he posts daily in over a dozen forums.|
Articles Written by Bob Zelin
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Building a Professional Machine Room
You bought a new Final Cut Pro system to go with your Avid Media Composer or your other Final Cut Pro systems. You have an After Effects system with an AJA, Blackmagic or other card in it, so you can capture video and audio on this station as well. Your neighbor in the next office has a ProTools or a Logic system, and he wants to tie into some of your machines. You're on your way to becoming exactly what you didn't want to be - a facility. Oh no!