I have been in the motion picture industry since 2000.

I started my career as sound apprentice, later sound technician at OB events, then I swerved off into episodic drama and film to learn about boom operating and the other merits of production sound recording. Gaining more and more practical experience, I realized that I was lacking the global understanding of motion picture sound creation: what role my work plays in the whole system. Therefore, I decided to study about it, and after some years I was lucky enough to acquire a university degree in film sound. Today, my major profile is production sound mixing, however, thanks to my academic background, I have reasonable experience and understanding of how post production sound works are processed.
 

Career Highlights

2000-2007:Sound Assistant in various Hungarian and international productions (sports events, concerts, talkshows, tv films, soap operas, mini series and feature films).
2007-2010: Student at the University of Theatre- and Film Arts (SZFE) in Budapest, Hungary.
since 2010: Recording and mixing the original soundtrack of various Hungarian and international drama productions.
 

Favorite DPA Microphones

4060, 4061, 4071, 4098, 4099

I use these DPA mics as bodyworn and/or hidden spot microphones, both to complement the sound of the boom microphones - despite of their size, I find they mix together very smoothly with my open microphones. Having some 4098/4099 capsules in my kit with their numerous accessories, also makes me ready for any planned or impromptu music recordings on a filmset.
 

Contact information

György Rajna, Production Sound Mixer
Budapest, Hungary

http://www.imdb.com/name/nm1447416/?ref_=fn_al_nm_1
 

Profile information

Segments: TV, Film

Speaks: Hungarian, English

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