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πŸ“• INSTRUCTION - Filmmaking Sound Basics - Basic Filmmaker Ep 143

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Published on Aug 20, 2015

All the sound basics you need to know when filming talking humans. Links to all the segments and gear in the links below.

SUGGESTED SOUND SETUP:
http://bit.ly/RodeWirelessAmazon
http://bit.ly/RodeXLRAdapterAmazon
http://bit.ly/ZoomH6Amazon
http://bit.ly/RodeNTG-3Amazon
http://bit.ly/AcousticFoamPanelsAmazon

OTHER SHOTGUN MICS:
http://bit.ly/RodeVideoMicProAmazon
http://bit.ly/RodeVideoMicProBandH
http://bit.ly/RodeNTG-2Amazon
http://bit.ly/RodeNTG-2BandH
http://bit.ly/RodeNTG-3BandH
http://bit.ly/RodeNTG-3FullPkgAmazon

LAV MICS:
http://bit.ly/RodeLavKit
http://bit.ly/SennheiserWirelessLapel
http://bit.ly/SchoepsShotgunMicKitBandH

RECORDERS:
http://bit.ly/ZoomH1Amazon
http://bit.ly/ZoomH1BandH
http://bit.ly/ZoomH4nAmazon
http://bit.ly/ZoomH4nBandH
http://bit.ly/ZoomH6Amazon
http://bit.ly/ZoomH6BandH

CURTIS JUDD:
Rode Wireless Review: https://youtu.be/CONhcUiyIXg

SEGMENTS:
Intro & What Covered 0:11
Disclaimers 0:44
Rode Sponsor 1:10
Crappy Sound 1:17
Distance Rules 1:38
50% Rule Busted 1:58
Garbage 2:15
Bouncy Sound 2:25
Uncontrollable Noise 2:47
Controllable Noise 3:12
Electronic Device 3:44
Microphones 3:58
In-Camera Mics 4:13
In-Camera Mic Tips 4:38
Audio Recorders 4:56
Audio Recorder Tips 5:27
Singer Mics 6:17
Singer Mic Tips 6:47
Shotgun Mics 7:03
On-Camera Shotgun Mics 9:29
Intermission 9:56
Lapel Mics 9:69
Wireless Systems 10:56
Lapel Mic Tips 12:10
Mic Summary 12:33
Lazy Filmmaking 13:02
16 Audio Second Sync Session 14:01
Audition Sound Editing 14:38
Congratulations! 15:18
Recap & Tips 15:33
Final Words 16:28
Subscribe Statement Fail 16:58
Outtakes 17:17

CLOSING 12 TIPS:

One: When it comes to someone talking, sound is more important than visuals.

Two: Don't use the camera mic unless absolutely necessary.

Three: You spent a crap ton of money of camera gear, time to spend some money on sound.

Four: Get a good audio recorder.

Five: Get a good mic that meets your needs.

Six: Get that mic as close to the person's mouth as possible.

Seven: Garbage audio recording sucks, get great audio up front.

Eight: Set your sound levels, record something, check it, adjust as needed.

Nine: Put on a pair of headphones and listen for bad stuff like AC or refrigerators running.

Ten: Slate, clap, or snap your fingers everytime you hit record.

Eleven: Play with an audio editor and see if you can sweeten up your audio.

Twelve: Don't be lazy, use an audio recorder, bring your audio into your editor, and take the extra 30 seconds to sync up your sound.

SOCIAL:
Email: thebasicfilmmaker@gmail.com
YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/thebasicfilmmaker
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/TheBasicFilmm...
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/basicfilmmaker
Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/basicfilmmaker
Website: http://www.thebasicfilmmaker.com

ETHICS: I am not paid for product reviews. Cool if I was!
CREATED: Using Canon, Rode, Zoom and Adobe products.
LEGAL: All music, footage and graphics are created or licensed.

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