Clerks meets High Fidelity meets a cocaine overdose.
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Audio is tough. You need good equipment to get good audio. Ideally you'll want a overhead mic to cover the room and a mic for each person on screen with dialog. And whenever possible, record into a mixer rather than directly into the camera.Deacon wrote:You should work on the audio, though. Between mumbling (my diction isn't so great either), rushing the lines, and poor audio recording, it can be difficult to understand the dialog. I don't know how to make the audio better--I've never made a movie or live-action short--but as an experienced consumer of such things, it's something I can suggest.
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