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Unformatted text preview: ○ pay attention to the sound that you’re taping ○ if you hear noise (dogs, trains, etc.) take another take ● good quality microphone is dire ● don’t rely on the internal mic in your camera ○ external mic is always better Types ● the mics that you see on news cameras ○ shotgun mics ○ aim their sensors right at their target ○ exclude peripheral noise ○ closer the mic is to the target = better the sound quality will be ○ a microphone right in front of a speaker’s mouth = the best sound ● clip-on mic ○ lavalier mics ○ small microphones that attach on the speaker’s collar ○ pointed at the mouth ○ capture the voice well because it’s nearby ○ exclude the surrounding sound...
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- Fall '14
- Microphone, pay attention, good quality microphone