April 7, 2016 at 8:07AM
Recording better audio
I have been asked to record interviews for my school and I need help with the audio.
Ive done a video like this before but I wasn't exprienced and I tried my best to make the audio sound the best. Here it is
I used a Rode VideoMic Go and had my camera setting on manual, and at a -12 db.
In Adobe Premiere I used 3 audio effects:
DeNoiser: reduction -17.0 db and offset 10 db
Highpass: cutoff around 200 hz
Dynamics: presets - soft compression. selected compressor and auto. Threshold -22, ratio 4, makeup 12 db, attack 1ms, release 100 ms.
I found these settings that talked how to get rid of fuzzy background noise.
I can't buy a new microphone or another editing tool on the computer because I'm on a budget.
Im just asking if there is a way to get better sounding audio with my mic or in post-production?