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JAMES P. SNYDER

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ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE INFORMATION


VTRs:

2" quad
1" Sony Digital high definition
1" type C (NTSC & PAL)
1" Sony helical
D1 (NTSC & PAL)
D2 (NTSC & PAL)
D3 (NTSC & PAL & modified HD)
3/4" U-matic & SP (NTSC & PAL)
Betacam / Betacam SP / Digital Betacam (NTSC & PAL)
MII
S-VHS / VHS (NTSC & PAL)
Betamax / SuperBeta
8mm / Hi-8
1/2" EIAJ (color & B+W)


Cameras:
Studio:
RCA TK-47
Ikegami
Norelco
Sony


ENG / EFP:
Sony U-matic portable
Panasonic WV-777
Ikegami IL-76 / 77
Sony Betacam & Betacam SP
Panasonic MII
Panasonic S-VHS: AG-450; AG-455; AG 460; AG-3
JVC KY-17B; KY-27
Sony Hi-8


Studio video switcher: (not a complete list)
Grass Valley Group: 110; 1000; others
dynatech


Character Generation & related formats:
(not a complete list)
Quantafont
Vidifont
Knox Video
ViaVideo
Dubner
Amiga (500, 2000 & 4000)
Video Toaster (Amiga-based)


Editing:
(cuts only)
Sony 910 with D2 & HDD-1000 high definition
Sony Betacam / Betacam SP
Sony U-matic: Types 5, 7, 9 & BVU series'
Panasonic U-format 3/4"
JVC 11 and 22 series' S-VHS


(A/B/C/D roll with switcher &/ or DVE)
Sony BVE-910 w/3100 switcher & D2, 1", Beta, DAT
Sony U-matic types 7, 9 & BVU series'
Sony Betacam / Betacam SP
JVC 22 series S-VHS
JVC 800 series & Sony BVU-800s w/Sony FXE-100 switcher
CMX
interformat systems
Panasonic WJ-MX-30 & 50 switchers
Grass Valley Group & Sony switchers


(non-linear)
Avid Media Composer (factory trained)
various Macintosh based platforms


Audio:
(radio)
various production & air switchers, including multitrack stereo mixing of live programming to tape and air. 12, 16, 18, 24 & 36 channel mixing


(television)
varioius production & air switchers, including multitrack mono and stereo mixing of programming to tape and live-to-air. 10, 12, & 24 channel.


(film)
Nagra III & IV series


(general)
experience in all aspects of sound design, studio design, and studio setup for live or tape, including phantom & battery powered mics, booms, etc.


(recording formats)
1/4" full track, half-track, quarter-track
1/2" eight-track
DAT (all sampling frequencies) including field recording of stereo sources
DigiCart
standard compact cassette
Sony Mini-Disc
standard broadcast cart


Film/video related production work:
sound recordist
grip
dolly grip
lighting designer (studio, some field)
camera operator (16mm; Super8)


Film projection:
Super Simplex; Simplex E-7; modern platter systems including Simplex & Century
Norelco AA-2
Century projection; automation
Xenon arc & carbon arc


Engineering Related Activities:
FCC Restricted Radiotelephone Operators Permit (granted July, 1982)
Certified: AM Broadcast Technology - Northern Virginia Community College, 1985
Designed & constructed Television Master Control, American Television/American University
Designed & constructed Television Production Control, American Television/American University
Designed & constructed video edit suites (3/4" & S-VHS with A-B roll & switching)
Designed & constructed audio/video/film screening theatre: Mark Wechsler Theatre, American University
Designed & constructed Radio Master Control: WRGW-AM, George Washington University
Designed 80 channel CATV system & backhaul video network (now under constuction), American University
Designed & supervised construction of audio, video, lighting & performance sound system: American University student center
Trained in use and installation of single- and multi-mode fiber optic transmission of audio, video, and non-computer data.
Construction & installation team - overhaul of radio master control and production control, WBST-FM
Various engineering duties, WPFW-FM
Master control & production duties, WIPB-TV
Master control & production duties, WBST-FM
Master control & production duties, WPFW-FM
Trained in production control, mixing & network origination, WBST-FM
Trained in EBS (Emergency Broadcast System) procedures, WBST-FM
Trained in satellite downlinking - WIPB-TV/ WBST-FM
Satellite downlinking duties - WPFW-FM / American Television / American University Media Center


This page last updated 000614WE.


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