external mic for a JVC HDD GZ-HD7U camera

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    • #70725

      I have been working with a local band in Worcester,Mass.I shot a live performance a few weeks back and although the audio came out good  would like to improve it for the next gig if I get invited to shoot them again.Here is a link to my you tube page og their performance.The other thing  is the lighting which I had no control over.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O0XGZTjsHXs&feature=c4-overview&list=UUBa3jGJCMlZs6p22MHRi5eA

      Please let me know if there are any mics for this camera that will get better sound.

    • #208734

      Bradley, in this situation wouldn't it be better to connect to the band's sound board? They already (presumably) have the best mix they can get; you can get a decent Zoom or Tascam field recorder for less than a good microphone.

      Then you have a backup sound track as well; you can drop or add whichever (camera or external) audio track best fits your footage.

      Or, …at least that's how I would  go at it. Then maybe get a higher-end on-camera shotgun mic later on, if money allows.

    • #208746

      Mark.Thank you for your input.It is much appreciated.I will talk to my friend who is the singer/guitarist, I think he has a mixer I can plug into.

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