We wanted to make a guide that was full of easy ways to hide a lavalier. But we also know winter is coming! So this week we created a video to help you as the months get colder. In this video we show you how to hide a lavalier under a jacket, hide a lavalier in a hat, how to hide a lav in a scarf, and how to hide a mic under a sweater.
This episode is more than just a filmmaking tutorial, it’s a way to think outside of the box when it comes to hiding microphones on an actor. And we promise with these filmmaking tips you can get better YouTube audio for your channel, short film and even your feature film. And if you are a filmmaker and want to get better audio on your short film, then paying attention to how to mic up an actor so that you don’t get clothing noise is important. We want to make filmmaking courses that go beyond basic audio techniques and give you expert advice on how to get the most out of your microphones.
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