When too close to some of our wired mics, we sometimes experience hum in the audio track from these lights. While troubleshooting, we discovered replacing individual bulbs or tubes fixed the problem. Is this just our personal gremlin at work or are others having problems, too?
Hi everyone, new here and hoping some people who have used a Cannon 600D to film can help.
I've had my 600D for a while and I love it. The audio issues are a nightmare though. So far I've been able to use the internalmicbecause I've been filming in my home studio, but I'm on the verge of starting a project that will see me go on location.
I've tried some external microphones, I've tried downloading Magic Lantern (butaudiodoesn't seem to be fixed for the 600D yet), and I've tried playing with the settings. Thus far not much success.
What would you suggest for a multiple wireless lava mic setup for live events? I generally shot weddings and I want to be able to get clean audio of the bride, groom, officiant, and whoever else may need micing. Is there a system that come with multiple transmitters and one receiver?
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Hello there! I have a zoom h4n & Senheisser G3 (wireless lavs) and was wondering if one of them can do the job? Talked to a guy in B&H and he recommended me something but I don't have the budget right now. Can I just use one of them and maybe clean the audio on a software like adobe soundbooth?
I have beenproducing high quality 2 mic audio recordings for many years, including recordings of mainly classical and choral concerts. A number of years ago I was asked to also make a video of some of these concerts. Most camcorders do not have audio that is good for music concerts because even if they record using 48kHz/16 bit sampling, they have AGC circuits (automaic gain control) which basically eliminate almost all of the dynamics, which are especially important for music.
Prioritizing your edit workflow is extremely important to ensure that the project you submit is one you're proud of. The real trick, is learning the difference between the quick touches that make big differences, and the time-consuming touches that casual viewers aren't even likely to notice.
Time and again, we've warned readers about the importance of audio in video. Audiences will tolerate -- some may even expect -- imperfections in a video's visuals, but they absolutely will not stand for poor quality audio. Tinny or muffled sound instantly breaks our suspension of disbelief; it can make it difficult to follow the storyline or really connect with the characters.