Whether you are creating a video for your website to show off a new addition to your fleet or you are putting together a motion piece for a Facebook ad describing a client experience, the visuals won't engage your audience without high-quality audio.
"Little things can make such a big difference during recording." - Matt Cameron
You may believe that high-quality audio only comes with equipment you would find in the recording studio of Guns n' Roses. In reality, you don't need a bunch of fancy gear to produce crisp, clear audio.
Jesse True, our videographer at Limo University, covers some quick tips and techniques in the video above that you can easily implement when you start planning your next video project.
1. Invest in a microphone.
A $10 investment will get you this lavalier lapel mic for your phone.
2. Avoid big spaces.
The larger the space where you are recording your audio, the more room sound has to occupy. A lack of directional focus will result...