Join Bill Gibson for an in-depth discussion in this video Recording practices, stands, and bags, part of Microphone Techniques: Essentials.
- [Narrator] There are many important things to consider … when using microphones. … We live in an era of MP3s but with a trend toward … producing music at resolutions much greater than the CD. … The current professional standard for music production … prefers audio resolutions of 96/24 or higher. … There's a difference in the way audio sounds … as an MP3, at CD quality and in high resolution. … To get the best results from the mics you use, … record at the highest practical sample rate and bit depth. … Most modern computers are capable of recording … and playing back multi-track sessions … at 96-kHz/24-bit resolution. … I hope this course helps you see the value … in choosing the best mic for the job … and for putting it in the right place to get the best sound. … Next to making sure the source sounds … as good as it possible can, … choosing the right mic for the job … is an undeniable key to success. … Choosing the right mic stand is not an incidental decision, … it's a very important part of keeping your mic safe …
- Wireless mics
- Handling noise
- Operating principles
- Shaping the pickup pattern
- Operating condenser
- Using high-pass filters
- Evaluating mics and mic specs
Skill Level Beginner
Video Production: Location Audio Recordingwith Anthony Q. Artis1h 23m Intermediate
Pro Tools: Audio for Film and Videowith Scott Hirsch5h 9m Intermediate
1. Microphone Fundamentals
2. Operating Principles
3. Understanding Mic Specs
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