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Audio is one the most important but least appreciated aspects of filmmaking. Your audience will notice if you don't put the same care and attention you pay to your visuals into your audio. In this how-to course, Anthony Q. Artis walks through many of the most common audio recording scenarios. Think of it like an audio "cookbook" with step-by-step
recipes for situations like conference panels, stage shows, and narrative dialog scenes. Anthony also shows you how to set up mixers, wireless mics, and booms, and make sure your camera is correctly set up to capture audio. He wraps up with troubleshooting tips covering a range of issues, from wind noise to echoes, and shows how to fix the problems you can't solve on set in post production.
(Music playing) Hi, I'm Anthony Artis and welcome to video production techniques, location audio recording. Audio is one of the most important but least appreciated aspects of film making. And unfortunately it's one of those things that if you don't get it right, the audience would definitely notice. The exact same care and attention that go into your visuals are the exact same care and attention that need to go into your audio.
So in this course, I'm going to be covering a variety of common audio scenarios as well as giving you some tips and techniques to help you out in special situations And we're also going to go over audio troubleshooting for everyday audio problems that occur. So sit back and enjoy Video Production Techniques: Location Audio Recording.
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