Distinguished SOTW Member, Forum Contributor 2009
Thanks K we are doing promo vids for our website. (jami jamison band)
Agree, I almost always hate phone videos and sound for that reason. To me, they don't always do the live sax sound justiceOh definitely use the equipment made for the purpose, the Zoom. It's got actual microphones that were selected to get quality reproduction of sound. Cell phones have a microphone that was selected to be tiny and cheap. Even better would probably be to use a couple of real microphones and run them into the Zoom.
Then they didn't know what they were doing (video-wise at least). I shoot all my videos on my phone- can do 4k if I want, and I manually adjust the fps, iso, white balance, exposure, focus, etc. Add in some color grading and I think they look GREAT! These phones can do a lot if you know how to use them properly.Thanks Fader. I wish we had.Some guy shot our gig on my iPhone and the sound quality was terrible as was the video itself >K
Ah well....I'm sure there will be more opportunities. Live band shoots are not the easiest -Thanks Fader. I wish we had.Some guy shot our gig on my iPhone and the sound quality was terrible as was the video itself >K
A poor man's/last ditch hack for a personal monitor I have utilized is to rubber band the H1 to a stand mic and use a set of headphones buds from the monitor out o the H1. Works pretty darn well other than being tethered to the mic. And you get a recording of your playing as well. Great little unit!I am so glad I came here to see what a 'zoom' was. I've been thinking of getting some kind of recorder so I can capture my gigs just for the purpose of analyzing my intonation and effectiveness. I also want to be able to lay a lead track down over pre-recorded rhythm tracks just for my own amusement and also for analyzing. I just bought a Zoom H1n which I think will be adequate for my uses.