Having trouble getting good audio with your DSLR Camera? It’s not uncommon.
I had 2 Lavalier (lapel) microphones laying around that were for my iPhone or Android style smartphone. They both have pretty good sound when connected to my smartphone.
I wondered if I could connect them to my Canon 60D DSLR Camera. The problem was that the two Lav Mics that I had have a TRRS Connector that plugs into a smartphone. My DSLR has a TRS connector for the microphone input jack.
So, I found an adapter and an extension cable and gave it a try.
I think you might find my results interesting.
Two Lavalier microphones used were:
-Shure MVL Lavalier Mic
-Gora Lav Mic
-Radio Shack 1/8 inch (3.5mm) TRRS Female to Double 1/8 inch (3.5mm) TRS Male Adapter cable
-TRS FemaleExtension cable
Noise in Audio Recordings can be the difference between a Good Video or a Bad Video.
With this Quick Tutorial, you can learn a Secret to removing unwanted Noise in your Audio Recordings!
The Software used is called Audacity.
The Best Part: IT’S A FREE DOWNLOAD!!
I use this software quite often when I have too much background noise in my Videos.
Watch this Video….It’s not very long and won’t take much time at all.
Your Wallet will Thank You!!
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Information about the Marshall MXL 007 USB Microphone that was used in this video:
This Video Tutorial will Allow You to QUICKLY Capture GREAT AUDIO using your Smartphone Built-In Microphone and then Edit it in a FREE Audio Software called Audacity.
Then, you can add it to your favorite Video Editing software and Sync it to your Videos for YouTube or Blogs.
This Tutorial shows you Hands-On what App I used to capture audio on my iPhone 4s. Then, how I edited it in a FREE Software called Audacity.
Also briefly shown is the Screencasting software I used called Camtasia 8.
This Video goes along with our quest for not needing to have the Best, Most Expensive equipment to capture Great Audio for our Video Editing.
The iTalk Recorder App is availble, at this posting, for FREE on the iTunes Store. I recommend the iTalk Recorder PREMIUM. It does cost $1.99 at this posting, but it’s worth it as I state in the video.
Hope you enjoy this Quick Video Review and tutorial.