Recording Levels 101

In the world of film making some say that it is better to get great audio that getting good images? After a bit of thinking I agree with that opinion. Think about it – you’re in the theater watching an incredibly well shot film – cinematic images with immersive lighting and set designs. And then you hear horrible dialogue, noise cutting in and out, distorted foley. You’re brain explodes and you start looking at your smart phone.

Caleb Pike over at DSLR Video Shooter is starting a series on audio recording on a budget. His first video goes into audio levels for videos.

Good review for veterans and a great start for newbies…


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