Too many zero budget films suffer from poor sound quality, so here's a way to dub your films on the cheap, with a studio-in-a-box! You're voice-overs will shine like no other.
Bre Pettis explains and shows you different microphones and lets you listen to them too. From lavelier mics to shotgun mics, you'll learn the tips to get the best sound you can.
Xander and Calvin go over some ways to help get great sound for your films and videos! This is a great short video with some great tips for making the best sound possible for your low budget, indie film.
Bad audio is a plague! It must be eradicated! Here are some common examples of bad audio, and how to better it. External Microphones, getting the mic closer to the subject, removing any other noise in the room, and several other examples are shown.
In this riveting episode of The Shirtless Apprentice, Matt discusses recording audio for your internet video and podcast.It all begins with your camera, microphone options, surroundings and the inherent sexiness of your voice.
Does your video camera not have a headphone jack? This cool idea enables you to use a pair of headphones to monitor what your video camera is hearing in real time.
John shows us how to record ambient noise to enhance the audio of your video.
This week Brandon gives a live demonstration on recording an instrument directly into a computer's music creation software, and then create your own soundtrack for your video or film.
Brandon explains how to record a voice over audio track to improve the quality of your videos.
This tutorial explains how to record sound effects for a movie you are making.
This is a great video that breaks down the different types of microphones available and how you can use them to get different results or resolve different problems. If you use the right microphone, your videos will come out that much better.
In this episode, the Shirtless Apprentice gives a brief overview of the equipment and technique to capturing audio for a sit down interview.
For any of you aspiring to enter the league of Broadcast News, this unique instructional will make your newscast look totally professional. The mike flag (or mic flag) is that box that surrounds the microphone and has the call letters of your tv station or network. ABC, or Fox, or Ch 5 is the typical type of lettering. (Its origins seem to be from the early days of radio: call letters were not required for an audio-medium except for requisite publicity shots.) Occasionally a triangular shape ...
Sometimes a shotgun mic isn't enough. The guys at Indy Mogul show you how to build your own boom pole to help capture better sound for your films.
Want to make your own documentary? Voice-over is a big part of any documentary. Learn how to record voice-overs in this Israel Hyman's video tutorial. Even if you're not making a documentary, you may find other times you need a voice-over, and this video will give you the tools to do it.
Sound is an important element in any video. But what is the essential sound equipment, and how do you use it? Israel Hyman goes over his equipment (and other pieces) and describes the different components, how to get them and how they work.