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.
Content Creation Kit (September 2017)
Next time I get asked what kind of gear I use to capture stories, I shall link to this page. For a few weeks at least. The gear in the photo enables me to: Record high quality Audio, video and stills / I can shoot with a two camera set up mic-ing up the subject / I can livestream in HD or 360 / Create 360 animated videos / Capture video underwater/ Record a podcast with two people miked up / … [Read more...] about Content Creation Kit (September 2017)
Shure MV88 Condenser Microphone for iOS Review
If Apple are set on removing the minijack from their phones then some folks are going to be a bit miffed. I’m hoping it’s just because the minijack is really old (circa 1878) and not just because they want to make the phone thinner. Personally I’d be happier with a fatter phone containing a bigger battery. I have around eight mics that rely on a minijack connectors. That said, I imagine … [Read more...] about Shure MV88 Condenser Microphone for iOS Review