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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?
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Phantom power is one of the methods professional videographers use to supply power to their condenser microphones.
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.
Achieving good microphone placement is a surprisingly straightforward process and one grounded in physics and engineering concepts. Technical aspects like the microphone type directly influence the design, sensitivity, sound and directionality.
When it comes to recording audio for video, there are a number of factors to keep in mind. We're here to cover everything you need to know.
When it comes to audio, you have likely heard the terms mono and stereo. The question is: what are they? and how are they different?
In a nutshell When a microphone is far from its source, it can pick up sounds you don’t want in your recording, so record with a dedicated mic as close as possible to the subjectEvery mic has a pickup pattern, the “shape” of where it can and cannot hearWhen purchasing...
Person setting up a shotgun mic
Though REAPER and Audition are extraordinary audio editors, nothing can fix bad audio production. Good sound design paints a portrait of your film's world and bad sound design subtracts from that. Noisy or distorted audio is a primary culprit when it comes to ruined audio clips. Here's what you...