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Old November 28th, 2009, 03:20 PM   #16
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Thanks. Please feel free to "sticky" it if you wish.

I've spent untold minutes explaining the principles behind these choices, but talking about audio is like singing about chemistry. Hearing REALLY helps. As rough as this little video is, allowing the viewer to see and hear the difference is a powerful communication.

side note 1: this was the very first video I ever shot. I borrowed a friend's XL2 to see if I could work it. In searching for something to shoot, this is what I came up with.

side note 2: The nice people at B&H picked up my little book Ty Ford Audio & Video | Book: Audio | 978-1-60643-676-952495
this past year and I'm happy to say, the results have been quite good for us both. :)


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