In this week's Sound for Video Session we discuss the fundamentals of recording foley sound and why the Zoom handy recorders allow you to change the stereo width with their in-built microphones.
Items mentioned in the session:
Foley short film - The Secret World of Foley
- RODE Stereo VideoMic Pro Review (sample stereo recording)
- Shure MV88 Review - Mid-Side and Adjustable Stereo Width Microphone Review
Gear discussed and used to produce this episode:
Aputure Deity Shotgun Microphone - This is the mic I used to record the foley for my current project. I was happy with the results.
Sound Devices 633 Mixer/Recorder - My production mixer. You don't have to have one of these to record good foley sound.
Electrovoice RE20 Dynamic Microphone - Voiceover for this session was recorded with this microphone
Antelope Orion Studio Audio Interface - Voiceover for this demo was recorded with this audio interface.
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