The Beginner’s Guide to Digital Audio for Music Recording
My name is Jamie King, and I have been engineering, producing, mixing and mastering audio recordings since My career began modestly as I honed my craft on 4-tracks and Adats, before eventually upgrading to a fully loaded Pro Tools system with top of the line, industry standard outboard gear and microphones. Throughout my journey, I have always embraced the evolution of recording technology while still maintaining a focus on creating a sound that is organic, and authentic to the artistry of each client. Whether you are an aspiring amateur or a seasoned pro, my goal is to provide an exceptional audio product at a price that is compatible with your budget. I continually strive to improve my abilities and stay current with my studio equipment, while still maintaining affordable rates for a vast array of clientele.
Thousands of hours of video content is being uploaded to video hosting websites every hour by professionals as well as the amateur videographers. There are many options available for getting good quality audio for DSLR videography at a low budget for amateurs. Also, there are high end audio recording devices available for professionals. For this article, the focus will be on the lower end that is affordable for a hobbyist and can be used for producing audio that is technically good enough for licensing as part of commercial stock footage or video for online users. To be honest, the internal microphone on your DSLR is the worst possible option for most situations if you care about the quality of audio.