Byron has travelled through the deep jungles and bushes of Africa to the tropical rain forests of South America and the deserts of the Middle East. Now he finds himself in the concrete jungles of Europe, but no matter where he is located, he manages to keep his skills and techniques consistent by using only the best DPA has to offer.
Most notable credits include:
Madiba - Feature film starring Lawrence Fishborn
Toorbos - South African official entry to the 2021 Academy Awards (Oscars)
Racheltjie de Beer - Feature - Best Sound Design award
Fiela se Kind - Feature - Best Sound Design award
From the Core to the Sun - Documentary - recorded sound in the deepest man made place on earth for the Guinness book of records (5km below ground).
Liberty - Danish Miniseries filmed in South Africa staring Connie Nielsen, Sofie Gråbøl & Magnus Krepper
Love on Safari - Hallmark Channel - filmed in Canada starring Lacey Chabert
Comedy Central - Trevor Noah Byron - recorded sound on some of Trevor’s very first shows
The Professionals - American TV series starring Tom Welling & Brendan Fraser
Sommerdahl - Danish TV series starring Peter Mygind
Hvide Sande - Danish TV series starring Carsten Bjørnlund
Toscana - Feature Film starring Ghita Nørby
Favorite DPA Microphones
This is a tough question but thinking about it, I’d have to say the DPA 4060 & 6060 just for the simple fact that I rely on them so often to get my clients amazing sound. Working in today’s modern work flows on set, sometimes you simply don't have room to get the much needed boom in on the shot. There are times when lavs are all we can use. Also, the time and pace is just too unforgiving towards the sound department at times.
This is where the 4060 & 6060 come into their own. Honestly, they don't sound good, they sound great!! They have saved my ass more then once.
That said, I enjoy the combination of using the 4017B and 4060 and the 6060 together. The sonic consistency is simply unmatched.
Company: Tonefilm Århus - Tonefilmaarhus.dk
Languages: Danish, English, Dutch
Segment: Film, Recording / Studio