Have with the FX1 already filmed 20Std ca. However, I have used the internal mic (synonymous for interview) The question now is whether I have the dual xlr adapter and buy an external mic (However, it is then about the other half of the film with the internal mic included!) No1 Question: Is it more "a matter of taste, the internal mic to use for interviews" Or it was a big mistake? & Can you re interested in the mix? 2: If I am now using an external xlr connect you notice a big difference in the movie ...? Thank you for your answer and Happy Christmas!
Antwort von Axel:
If the Interviewton well understood, no problem. XLR is not a matter of taste, but strongly recommended if you want to fish (longer cable). An external Micro is always recommended, because it probably is an indicative Micro. Stereo gives an impression of the atmosphere of the area, individual sounds that matter, is blurred. So synonymous no matter of taste, of course the sounds of the tape transport, you also rarely appreciated.
Antwort von Jan:
For synonymous XLR adapter is a 3.5 mm jack into the microphone input! Only one of the XLR Camera House with s.Bord has (Z 1 & PD 170), the high transmission quality.
Depending on the Micro, I would say you have a good guide for your micro - Interviews with XLR is the first choice, if one with 3.5 mm jack is only because, as for me Sennheiser MKE 300 then hold no XLR. But I had to learn - had 2 cable breaks at the MKE 300, XLR is simply more robust.
Yes in theory is a better XLR cables in terms of frequency noise, I tried but synonymous with the jack Micro achieved good results. It should be feasible but the "twist" endings s.den failed because the small jack (3.5 mm) are very sensitive. Therefore, the 6-jack a little more popular, but the XLR is! Connection - plugging holes in the 3-clamp firmly believe - professionally.
Yes if the cable is long, it is already of benefit only one package has a unbalanced connection. XLR are synonymous significantly more stable.
Antwort von FX1:
Thanks for the answers
I am still still the question whether I now like to change for external stereo mic, because I like the already written half of the material for the documentary have. Should I not rather with the internal mic to continue, since then two different sound in the film are and then maybe are clearly higher? The noise with the drive is clear to me but I can not fully assess whether the minimum noise will still be so bad if I mix the recordings & mastering might leave. I find it somewhat difficult to judge how much noise can be tolerated.
Many Thanks again for your effort! I then send the Weihnachtsman gone with you:)
Antwort von Axel:
... whether I now like to change for external stereo mic, because I like the already written half of the material for the documentary have ..
No stereo. A mono-directional micro. This is the voice of an interviewee clearly reflect a stereo microphone, but the recordings already made usable, because the voice is indeed a point in the stereo spectrum and can be readily implemented as a mono output. If the microphones in an entirely different sonic character, which can align with audio filters.