As you may have noticed, posts here have been scarce as I live mostly in my weekly dispatch/newsletter on Documentally.net. If you subscribe there (it's free) you would have seen a version of the flowing info already. For those yet to subscribe I’ve been helping my Dad and his wife Lesley out in Wales. Just shooting some phone video to assist them with their small company selling wool duvets. … [Read more...] about Storymaking tools (March 2023)
My new favourite studio headphones, the RODE NTH100
It's all about the little things. [This video was first sent to the inboxes of supporting subscribers of Documentally.net That's where I post most of my content. Click the link and subscribe for more words, pictures, video and a podcast.] I’d like to say it was obvious that the company that brought you top studio microphones, booms and recording gear would of course be bringing out some … [Read more...] about My new favourite studio headphones, the RODE NTH100
Audio Bloggers Month 2020
This year’s Audio Bloggers month took place over the month of June. You can catch up on the conversations and recordings from those involved via the AudioMo hashtag. Thanks to @Ernmander for keeping it going for 10 years. Great work nurturing and catering for a wonderful community. [A version of this post first appeared in my weekly email which you you can subscribe to here: … [Read more...] about Audio Bloggers Month 2020
Audio Workflows and Audiomo
It's June and we are in the thick of audio bloggers month. Record some audio and share it to the web using the hashtag #AudioMo. Or search the hashtag to find other likeminded audio lovers. #AudioMo was started by Ernmander back in 2010 as a way to bring the podcasting and audio sharing community together. Originally in November, it clashed with some similar groups for video bloggers so it was … [Read more...] about Audio Workflows and Audiomo
Five tips for better audio in your video projects.
When we are so focused on video resolution, colour balance, framing and composition it's easy to over look the audio. But never underestimate the importance of high quality audio in your video projects. Grainy or shaky footage can be seen as a dynamic feature of your video. Distorted audio could ruin it. It's not difficult to capture crisp clear audio though. Here are a few … [Read more...] about Five tips for better audio in your video projects.