Olivia sits down with audio engineer Robert from JuicedLink to talk a little bit about audio. It’s a lengthy video but lots of good information in here. This is actually just part #1. In the second part of this series, Robert will talk about DSLR audio pre-amp noise, external audio recorders, and options to get best audio without Syncing in post so stay tuned for that. Since DSLRs have notoriously poor audio quality, Juicedlink has a number of popular products for DSLRs like the DT454 and DS214 which can be seen on the JL website (click here).
Juicedlink Audio Pre-amps for DSLR Video
What wasn’t covered in this video are suggestions for the best set of Headphones to monitor your audio. There’s an earlier article I have with excellent suggestions you can find here: http://cheesycam.com/best-headphones-for-monitoring-audio/. Robert also brought in a few microphones in this demo he feels are great quality at inexpensive prices (we have already been using a few of these) which can be found in the links below.
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