August 5, 2018, 09:22 AM
What does it take to record pro-quality sound while shooting on location? Sure, you need a decent microphone (that's kind of a given), but what are some essential techniques that you can put into practice today that will not only give you audio that sounds good but also sound that is dimensional and works well with your story? In this video, Aputure's Ted Sim talks with Location Sound Mixer Andrew Jones about how to record better audio for films, videos, and other cinematic projects.
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