The Sanken and DPM lavaliers you have in your kit generally cost between $250 and $500, depending on the model, and provide very high-quality sound and great reliability. ...
The popularity of shooting with HD-capable D-SLR (digital single-lens-reflex) cameras has resulted in a whole new range of audio challenges. ...
I'm shooting a long-term documentary in Angola with a Canon EOS 5D Mark II.
Something for you to consider is working a mixer with an integrated recorder.
I was hired by an ad agency to record voiceover narrations for a corporate project.
You ask a simple question that actually has a pretty complex answer.
I'm doing sound on a series of walk-and-talk commercials with a spokesperson that will shoot in a real working supermarket—yes, I know, buzzing refrigerator cases, buzzing fluorescent lights and lots of stuff that we don't want to hear.
I've just purchased a new Canon EOS 7D for a film project that I wrote. We're hoping to submit the film to some local film festivals.
What recommendations do you have for wireless hops to two cameras?
The sound-editing tools included in my video-editing software package are pretty rudimentary. What do you recommend if I want to take up the audio quality on my editing system a few notches?