Re: Advice sought
Thu Oct 26, 2006 9:40 am (PDT)
I second (or third?) the advice that you take advantage of recordings
made by the members of this group, many of whom produce and sell CDs
of natural soundscapes.
If you plan to make your own recordings, one consideration should be
the way you plan to play back the recordings to your clients. You may
choose different microphones and recording techniques if clients will
listen using headphones rather than loudspeakers.
Buying a camera did not make me Ansel Adams; owning an inexpensive
audio recorder and mic doesn't let me achieve results like the
professional audio recordists do. It's fun and challenging to try,
I've found the members of this group to be very patient and helpful to
newcomers. So please ask questions, and tell us about your experiences.
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