Home Audio Audio Editing AudioAudio EditingCourse LessonsBasic Lessons Fixing Audio For Video In Post Production By Hal Robertson - October 1, 2009 This video is only available to Plus Members with Basic Level or higher. MonthlyAnnually RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Sound editing vs. sound mixing: What’s the difference? The audio spectrum: understanding EQ and frequency How to monitor audio for better sounding video Film Theory explained – A beginner’s guide Freytag’s pyramid and the 3 act structure Using visual elements for storytelling 1 COMMENT Some good advice here, and I always do dual audio when possible. If you have a feed from the house to one channel, I would suggest putting a lav mic on the groom for your other audio channel. You will almost always get better vow audio, as the groom normally faces the bride during vows. Secondly, since the ministers mic is going through the PA, it is a directional mic. Your video LAV should be an omnidirectional, and will pick up both the bride and groom, as well as a backup for the minister. Comments are closed.