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#1 Mike Wallach

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Posted 16 March 2008 - 08:14 PM

1.) When shooting digital, does it make sense to still record to a separate recorder and then re-sync it with the video tracks in post as opposed to running the microphones through a pre-mix and record right onto the DV Tape or HDD/HDCard?

2.) If you are say running a wireless and an open mic on the same track, and you move in for a closer shot, and you hear a kind of echo is that just because they are both recording onto the same track? can that happen if each mic is on it's own track?


And for the love of god, why do they call the Ari BL called a sync sound camera? Is there actually such thing as a quiet film camera?
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