This audio recording tutorial defines proximity effect—an increase in low frequency the closer the mic is placed to the sound. Watch more at http://www.lynda…

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  1. This YouTube video is a well produced audio recording presentation helping
    understand proximity effect—an increase in low frequency the closer the mic
    is placed to the sound source. Microphone proximity effect also applies to
    voice recording.

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    This youtube video is a well produced audio recording presentation helping
    understand proximity effect—an increase in low frequency the closer the mic
    is placed to the sound source. Microphone proximity effect also applies to
    voice recording.

  3. Epic Tutorials for iPhone, iPad, iOS and Mac

    I do some amateur voice acting and don’t own a laptop, but own an iPad. I’m
    just not sure if you can control the microphone input on an app and I have
    to yell sometimes. Do you know any app that lets me control that? This
    method of using an iPad could work for casual speaking, but I’m not sure if
    I could use something like an iPad when yelling because it may result in
    terrible peaks if I can’t control the input.

  4. I love your videos! Forgive me, I’m a very new film maker learning
    everything on my own. (and on Youtube, LOL) I wanted to ask (hope it’s not
    a stupid question) how do you use Filmic Pro and the Rode Smart Lav
    together on your Iphone? Can you? I’m assuming you’ll also have to
    download the Rode app? I have an Iphone 4s and want to make a mini
    documentary using just the iphone’s apps. Or do I need another apparatus
    (Iphone, Ipad) for the sound mic and app? Any thoughts, suggestions, help
    appreciated. Thanks!

  5. Hi,

    First of all great tutorial….Great effort put in to it.
    My doubt is that, i have a Rode Video Mic and i wanna use it with my Ipad
    air (mini) but when i use it with my Rode rec LE version it doesnt detect
    the Video Mic and records using internal Mic.
    I am using a TRRS convertor to convert 3.5mm Video mic output to my Ipad
    3.5mm jack.

    My question – Is it because i have LE version of Rode Rec and need to
    Upgrade to Rode REC full version to make my hardware detectable or is there
    something wrong im doing somewhere else.?

    Your help will be much appreciated. 

  6. Great video! But I have a question. I want to use the Behringer mixer with
    my iphone 5. But I want to record the video and the audio simultaniously
    just using the camera app. I don’t want to edit the audio and video
    together after. Is it possible? 

  7. Hi,
    I need some help with a doubt.
    I have 2 iRig Mics, and i want to use both to capture a podcast program.
    Currently i’m using my macbook pro to record the program, it is possible to
    use both mics in my computer?

    What is your sugestion to use 2 iRigs in one computer?

    PS: We recorded a live

  8. bloody brilliant my friend thank you soooo much… What is best audio
    recording for my canon Eos m???????? I appreciate it 

  9. Hi there, a really great review that should have many more views. I have a
    good question, it is now a year later since you filmed this, … is there a
    truly wireless way to record audio on my iPad ? So a mic that is
    Bluetooth, and some sort of receiver that plugs into the iPad ? ( I would
    love to see a 100% wireless version ) that records real-time audio into the
    iPad WHILE it records video. Just wondering if you have ever seen
    something like this ? Thanks and thanks for your great video review !

  10. Hi, Thanks for the very informative video. Do you know of any way to use a
    Bluetooth headset to record during a video on Ios7? Maybe there are apps
    that can do this? I use my Bluetooth headset with Skype when I teach but
    would like to use it to record my video as well. Any suggestion?

  11. I need to record from my laptop to the iphone via a cable to eliminate
    ambient noise. I have irecord on my phone which does a decent job – i just
    don’t want to use the built-in mike – but something that would give better
    quality (and not interrupt others in the room. Ü

  12. It’s hard nowadays to find such clear comparison videos that explain each
    mic in a quite manner and can easily help you take the decision.

    I’ve been researching for hours whether I buy Apogee MiC / Rode iXY / Rode
    SmartLav+ / Zoom iQ5 / or maybe just the Zoom H6.

    The USB WiFi Drive is also something I have never thought about.

  13. Thanks for a very helpful tutorial. I’ve just found out that a new
    SmartLav+ came out this month, July 2014! It’s £10 more but according to
    RODE has a better mic, cable and jack, so much better sound quality.

  14. if I connect a 4 pole to 2 pole adaptor to my ipad and use a Sony stereo
    microphone which uses 3.5mm will the ipad record in stereo?? I want to
    record live music.

  15. i simple question: how do you connect – mix : audio and video at the same
    time. in your video , i don’t see any connection to the camera-dslr….,
    but still looks like a “live video “….can you explain, please. thank you

  16. I’m trying to record audio (with simultaneous video) from a mic that is run
    into a soundboard and out of the soundboard into the iPhone 5. I have used
    the iRig PRE with sporadic results. Sometimes it records and sometimes it
    does not. I’m trying to video record a speaker/teacher each week with
    quality sound and not room sound. Any advice?

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