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High-Quality Audio Recording at the Altar

High-Quality Audio Recording at the Altar

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If you’ve been tasked with documenting a friend or relative’s intimate wedding, due to the simple fact that you own a decent camera, chances are you haven’t given much thought to best practices for capturing the audio.

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If you’ve been tasked with documenting a friend or relative’s intimate wedding, due to the simple fact that you own a decent camera, chances are you haven’t given much thought to best practices for capturing the audio. While many of today’s DSLR and mirrorless cameras can capture top-notch video, most of them lack a high-quality built-in microphone; and beware—no matter how great a video is to view, bad sound quality can completely ruin it.
Even though professionals generally rely on high-quality multi-track portable recorders and wireless microphone systems to capture the highest-quality audio, great results can also be achieved using a few inexpensive microphones, along with the everyday mobile devices that you already have. The items mentioned in this article will help you capture great sound quality at the altar, and don’t cost a fortune.
For clear capture of the bride, groom, officiant, and any other speakers during the ceremony, close placements using lapel microphones are preferred, to ensure that every word of the spoken vows and speeches are picked up clearly, and that background noise is kept to a minimum. Enter the RØDE smartLav+, a unique professional-grade lavalier microphone for portable devices. While it’s best to use a separate mic for each speaker, one on the groom and another on the officiant will usually suffice. So, if you’re not brave enough to try to get your beautiful bride to hide a mic and an iPhone in her wedding dress, not to worry. Since the smartlav+ uses an omnidirectional condenser capsule that picks up sound from all directions within a few feet, it should have no problem picking up the bride’s voice, because she will be standing close enough to the groom.

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