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Hazza

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Audio recording advice
« on: Dec 24, 2008, 01:32 PM »
Hi,
As some of you may already know I am in pre-production of a mockumentary film right now and looking to start shooting in January.

I have a camera ready. I now hunt for the right audio equiptment.

I was told RODE shotgun mic.'s are good for it by a friend. Here is one model;
http://www.keene.co.uk/electronics/multi.php?mycode=RVMDEAL

I'm not totally up on my audio knowledge so any educated and/or experienced help would be much appreciated on what I should look for.

Thankyou,

Hazza
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Re: Audio recording advice
« Reply #1 on: Aug 04, 2010, 11:28 AM »
Dude, I'm an audio engineer, if you still need help with the audio for your project, PM me.

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Hazza

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Re: Audio recording advice
« Reply #2 on: Sep 11, 2010, 09:45 AM »
Hey man. Reckon you or any others could reccomend a good portable field recorder? i'm gonna use if with a rode videomic.

was looking at tascam dr100 but is a bit too pricey. the dr2d is more my range. £230ish.
now im looking into roland but none says field recorder.

any help is awesome

hazza
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