There will be times when you are faced with a noisy location. There are mics used on super small one-man-band no budget jobs, and there are mics, that aren’t super expensive, that are much better options. Sometimes “good enough”, really isn’t good at all. In this video, Dave gives us three different mic technique examples for a noisy location and talks about the positives and … Continue reading Mic techniques for a bad location
Bad locations are a part of the job. How you deal with them is what makes you stand out from others. In this video I go over a couple audio samples of what different microphones sound like in different set ups for a really bad location right next to a busy road. The differences in sound are pretty dramatic. Continue reading Some tips for a bad location
Some of you know him, many of you know of him. Senator Mike Michaels is an institution in the production sound world. I’m fortunate enough to have known him personally for a while now and I had a chance to do a video chat with him, so I present it here to you now. It’s a long one, for sure. Senator is a great story teller … Continue reading Video Chat with Senator
Many people talk about sound, but it’s important to understand what sound actually is and some of the terms involved, and this will allow you to understand certain things when reading spec sheets for equipment. Continue reading What is Sound?