Operating at the core of their films' sound department, boom operators play a critical role, often making or breaking audio recordings.
The Wilhelm scream origin
Though having been used for decades in cinema, many aspiring videographers don't know the origins of the Wilhelm scream.
ADR recording
ADR is a common process is filmmaking. So, what in ADR, and is it a "magic bullet" for post-production video editors?
Phantom power featured image
Phantom power is one of the methods professional videographers use to supply power to their condenser microphones.
Frequency response featured image
The term "frequency response" is quite common in the audio space, but admittedly it will take some explaining to those new to it.
Flanger and phaser feature art
If you are trying to choose between a flanger or phaser when mixing audio, you first need to understand what they are and how pros use them.
microphone selection feature art
There is no hiding the fact that, at first, microphone selection is daunting. This article helps you make faster and smarter mic selections.
Sound editing vs. sound mixing
Sound editing is the vehicle that moves a project's audio from the production to post-production stage. The main difference between sound editing vs. sound mixing is that editing focuses on the production, while mixing takes the edited product and hones it during post-production. The majority of sound editing takes place...
A new player in audio has emerged to the delight of anyone looking to enhance their streaming content. It’s called spatial sound. Videographers spend hours using the latest innovations for creating the most impressive video that they can. Audio, however, has played second fiddle through the years, with the now-decades...
Fillmmaking requires several audio roles that work together to create great, impactful sound that adds to movies and video.