Lav Mic Failed in Action

Posted on 1/24/2010 3:34:00 PM

There would be no good audio when the groom start ripping paper out of his pocket during the ceremony.



Posted by greg on 4/21/2010 2:35:00 PM The microphone didn't fail. It did its job. The audio engineer failed. Use a lav on the priest and edit out the lav on the groom.

Replied by LA Color Pros This video is to demostrate no matter how expensive the lav mic you use, using wireless device, or voice recorder, the recording will be failed for something start ripping paper in front of the microphone.
Our final video was done with a combination of sound recording from the voice recorder as well as the audio connected to the amp system.
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