I have a video project that I'm working on as the sound mixer, and I'm serving as the audio editor, as well.
I'm looking for my first portable level digital audio recorder.
We're producing a project using five Canon EOS 5D Mark III DSLRs.
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?