Here is my current audio recording setup for location film shoots. The whole kit consists of a shotgun mic, a shock mount with a windshield and a boom pole to which I also attach my portable audio recorder. Continue reading My new Indie Audio Kit | Auray Boom Pole & DigitalFoto Micolive Mic Blimp
Is it time to quit Adobe Premiere? If you are thinking about it but aren’t sure what to replace it with and why, or if it’s worth it, then hopefully my experience will help you. Continue reading Time to quit Adobe Premiere for Final Cut, Avid or Davinci Resolve?
Oftentimes videomakers don’t put as much focus on sound as on the visuals when they work on their projects. It might be that working with sound is not as exciting as working with images. However, sound is important, as we all know. The good thing is that most video editing programs include easy to use tools that will quickly make your sound good (or at least much better). Continue reading 5 easy ways to make your videos sound better
In this video I talk about how to go about getting great sound for your film. This tutorial is based on my short film “Legend of the Bar”. Continue reading How sound can ruin or save a film