Location sound recording

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      Avatarttaylor297
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      In the upcoming weeks I hope to be filming the recording of an album by a band in the studio with a CANON GL2…I also will be shooting the band live at some events. As a relative “newbie” can anyone offer some “sound” strategies…For instance, should I use a TASCAM DR-07/ZOOM H2 for the studio scenes and live footage? I am on a very limited budget and any and all help is greatly appreciated

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      AvatarEarlC
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      A bag of Zoom H2 units placed at the sweet spots would do wonders, inside or out. The Tascam should be sufficient for basic mixing or layering…

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      Avatarttaylor297
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      Thanks….should the area be layered with the TASCAM…which I’m leaning towards…or should a sweet spot in the hall be sufficient. Also, would the TASCAM be compatible with Final Cut for editing. Thanks for addressing these questions as I am in the learning process full force. Any recommendations on where to do research?

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