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Re: Getting Good Sound For Group Interviews in Documentary Setting

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Malcolm MatuskyRe: Getting Good Sound For Group Interviews in Documentary Setting
by on Oct 20, 2011 at 11:45:10 pm

The Zoom H1 can be used as a body pack for each person, with a "cheap" lav it's under $150 each, or go with the Zoom R16 with 8 inputs which you can mix later $400, there are naturally more expensive multi track recorders, but if you don't need the high quality then this may work. When "working alone" I always put each subject on their own track so I don't have to ride levels while shooting. Today it's cheaper than ever to to this. I use a Zoom H4, H1 and will be purchasing a few more H1's rather than more wireless units in the near future.

Malcolm
http://www.malcolmproductions.com


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