FMP – Sound Test

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The problem with my sound is that it picked up the wind and the birds where i recorded it at. The reason i recorded it outside was because i wanted the final shot to be of me looking at the camera. However because of all the background noise i am going to re record it in the sound booths so that i get a clear audio track. The problem i think i had with filming and recording the audio at the same time is that the microphone wasn’t close enough to my face because i didn’t want it in the shot, this meant that it wasn’t close enough to pick up the right frequencies.

Something i wanted it to sound like is Gan Gan.

The audio in this is crisp and sounds like she is stood next to you talking. This gives it a rich feel and it makes it more emotive. I like how you can here all the sounds of the words she says. It makes the film more interesting and helps to tell the story of an old soul. Her voice is so gentle it allows the picture more breathing room by letting the picture tell more of the story.

 

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My names Kayla and I'm a film student. And this is my blog. This is where I will be posting short films, music, photographs and other inspiring things to help me on my current college course. Enjoy!
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2 Responses to FMP – Sound Test

  1. kendalcollegefilm says:

    Good, Kayla—but also, this one of those posts I mentioned in class that you could easily expand on. For example, you could make this post much stronger by including an indsutry example (i.e. Gan-Gan) and discussing how good the narrator’s voiceover is: actually describing how her voice affects the overall film. Then take those same things, and work out how to apply them to your film. That gives a really roundabout sense of how you want to film to sound…

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