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Posted 07/29/19
In this sixth video in our audio-for-video series, AB gives us a simple introduction to post-production, highlighting the different steps of treating your audio once you’re finished shooting your video. From naming your files correctly to thinking about your final output levels, this video will give you a general sense of the common practices used to get your audio sounding just right. Check it out! If you would like to continue reading about the Audio for Video series, be sure to check out all of our related content here. If you have any additional questions, comments, or you would like to make a request, be sure to leave a message down below.
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Posted 03/14/18
Watch B&H’s AB as he takes to Central Park to demonstrate Sennheiser’s AMBEO SMART HEADSET. You’ll see him wearing the dual-purpose earphones/binaural-recording headset, which captures stereophonic 3D audio fit for use in immersive entertainment content. Whether it’s VR, experimental podcasting, or recording an acapella band with lifelike you-are-there placement, this headset will handle the job. You’ll hear this immediately, as we at B&H were fortunate enough to catch the talented Cover Story doo-wopping their way into glorious harmony. The microphones themselves capture high-quality audio, to be sure, but that’s only part of the picture. With preamps, conversion, and soft-limiting brought to you by Apogee, the AMBEO SMART HEADSET is truly the smart choice.
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Posted 02/09/17
This 4-capsule Ambisonics microphone is designed to capture immersive “spherical” audio for VR and surround applications.
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Posted 05/18/16
In the following video, Rob Rives, from B&H, demonstrates how to mike talent using lavalier microphones. Rives explores the reasons for using a lavalier over a boom microphone, the actual placement of the lavalier, and how to deal with issues of clothing noise. We also showcase alternate locations for mounting lavaliers, and provide some solutions for frequency attenuation that occurs when lavaliers are hidden, as opposed to being exposed. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 04/06/16
In the following video, Rob Rives, from B&H, discusses how to improve the audio in your video without the use of a dedicated audio editor. He explores the basics of audio levels during recording, and what to do once audio is inside the video-editing software, including normalizing and compression. We also briefly look at what to be aware of during final audio output. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at B&H.com.
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Posted 02/03/16
Sit down with Justin Colletti, from B&H’s partner, Sonic Scoop, and learn the ins and outs of one of the most widely used techniques in mixing audio: parallel compression. If you’ve ever wondered how the pros get their drums, bass, or vocals to pop out, parallel compression might be just the trick. Colletti discusses just what parallel compression is, how to go about setting it up in the box, and offers some examples of other types of parallel processing.  We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 12/28/15
Join Justin Colletti, from our partners at Sonic Scoop, as he puts some of the most sought-after and popular high-end large diaphragm condensers through their paces at Degraw Sound Studios, in Brooklyn. Singer/Songwriter Wes Hutchinson helps with the side by side comparisons of the AKG C414 XLII, the Neumann U87ai, the Neumann TLM 107, a Soyuz SU-017, and a vintage Sony C37. After the shootout, Colletti sits down with the guys at Degraw Sound and gets their impressions of the mics, along with a little shop talk. We hope you enjoy the video, and invite you to view the wide selection of other instructional and informative videos at BandH.com.
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Posted 05/14/15
Adrian Toto has an important piece of advice for wedding videographers: think about audio! Quality audio bridges the gap between fine art and storytelling and is imperative for a successful wedding video. Toto outlines the basic audio gear and mic setups needed to record a wedding, whether you are shooting solo or with assistants, and he mentions a few pitfalls that you can expect along the way, and how best to avoid them. His pointers are apt for a video team or anyone shooting solo, but his most practical tip—hire an assistant who is as comfortable with sound as with image.
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Posted 04/17/15
Known for its innovative effects, audio-correction software, and mastering/mixing tools, iZotope has used NAB 2015 to unveil its next step, farther into the world of post-production and broadcast. RX Loudness Control looks to combine global loudness standards with the ease of use for which iZotope has become known. Working in faster-than-real-time, the software renders your audio to your selected loudness standard, and creates a history graph and loudness report that shows you where any overflows may be occurring. If an overage does occur, the software includes iZotope’s IRC II transparent limiting. Catering to multiple channels counts, it supports mono, stereo, and surround channel counts up to 5.1. Please check back for pricing and availability.
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