Quick Tip on Recording Audio for Video

Quick Tip on Recording Audio for Video

One of the biggest mistakes people make when shooting a video is a lack of attention to audio. Clear audio is important if you want to connect with your audience or prospects. If you sound like you’re clear across the room when you talk, your video will not only sound bad but you’ll also appear impersonal.

I recommend if you don’t have a lapel microphone and you’re shooting with an built in camera microphone, simply move the camera closer and fill the frame. Don’t worry, it won’t bite! However, if you can swing it, invest $50 and purchase an inexpensive lapel or shotgun microphone for your camera.

Here’s a couple of options: Sony makes an ECM-HGZ1 Shotgun microphone for about $50 and a wired condenser lapel microphone, ECM-CS10 for about $30. Check it out and happy recording.

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