Below is hopefully a working embedded version of the Aputure’s Facebook Page and LIVE Q&A with me. Aputure kindly approached me for doing a Live Q&A spot and thankfully because of all my work on YouTube that was no problem. Already over 40 hours of chats with top level sound recordists and post production people […]
This is a very broad question but I would use the rule of context. If the space is meant to be small and intimate then filming in an aircraft hanger is going to ruin that. I have never had much success taking out lots of reverb so its all about communicating to the client and going on a recce so you can try to get them to choose a new location.
Someone asked me when the best time to get wild tracks on location sound recording. Wild tracks is quite large meaning for wild lines or sound effects and even ambiences sometimes. So depends on your meaning, so lets break this down: