Audition on set
by Todd Rodgers on Feb 26, 2011 at 4:47:26 pm
We are looking to upgrade our sound recording for on set shooting. We were wondering if anyone has used Audition 3 to record sound while shooting? If so, what other equipment are you using, i.e. mixers, mics? Any feedback would be great. We really want to increase our sound quality.
Re: Audition on set by Steven Talley on Mar 1, 2011 at 5:58:58 am
Audition is great multitrack recording and mastering software and has low latency with any ASIO mixer or interface that connects via USB or Firewire to your computer (Mac or PC). The interface is the main limit in how many separate channels can be recorded simultaneously. Computer power also plays a part. Actually any quality DAW should do what you want.
Mics are dependent on your circumstances. Combination's of boom mics, lapel mics and shotgun mics with each captured to a separate channel of audio are a starting point depending on what and how you want to capture the audio. If you are capturing video too, I'd use an NLE to capture video and multitracks of audio at the same time.
If you describe what you are trying to record you may get more explicit suggestions.
Hope this helps, Steve