Location Sound


“Films are 50 percent visual and 50 percent sound. Sometimes sound even overplays the visual.”
– David Lynch

If David Lynch says Sound is important, it must be true. So why leave the sound for your important project in the hands of someone who doesn’t have the experience, gear or motivation to get the best audio they can for your project? If you’re looking for a quality Location Sound Mixer in the Greater Boston area… a guy with great gear, 20+ years of experience and a client-centric, no drama attitude, contact Steve Baker Location Sound Guy.  I’ve got the gear, experience and can-do attitude to augment your production Team anywhere in the country.

At least once a year I try and do a "one for me" project... something I think I will enjoy; something where I can be helpful and have a little fun! It is an opportunity to "pay it forward" by mentoring some students, help a friend or just participate in a cool project using the skills and equipment I have acquired over the years. These productions are NEVER financially profitable for me, but ALWAYS personally rewarding. My first one here in New England is a Columbia University Student Film being shot on Cape Cod for 3-5 days. I look forward to drawing in the energy of younger, motivated film makers who are willing to learn and hang around the with "old guy". ...

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Day one of two in RI... this one should be interesting. ...

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LoL! I dont do LIVE sound for bands... bit if I did... not so much me!Ryan Long and The Hard Times team up to document the harrowing tale of a sound man so grumpy, so disgruntled, so unbearably hostile, that he has become a pro... ...

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