Joined: 04 Feb 2003 Posts: 587 Location: Lisboa, Portugal
Posted: Wed 27 Oct 2004, 23:41 Post subject:
The type of microphone depends on the type of recorder, how the tracks will be distributed, etc..
You really should ask a professional sound mixer to do it; it's not just a matter of the microphones. You can have the best microphones in the world, and still produce a terrible result (just as even the best camera in the world will produce bad results in the hands of an amateur, but a professional camera operator or cinematographer can usually get good results even with a poor camera).
Also, good microphones can be very expensive (more expensive than some cameras). Unless you're going to use them for a lot of projects, it's cheaper to just hire a professional or a specialised company, that will charge you only for the days during which the equipment is used.
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