We’re all visual people so the switch to shooting video as far as the visual aspect, isn’t too traumatic. However, audio can be another thing entirely. One of the first things anyone will realise when taking their first steps into the world of audio is that there are a several different types of microphone and the choice of which to use in a given situation can be daunting. The DVEStore have put together a very neat short video covering 8 different microphones and is well worth a watch and more importantly, a listen.
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