Recording Dialogue: Mono vs Stereo Explained

Recording Dialogue: Mono vs Stereo Explained

Should you ever record dialogue in stereo? Andrew and Steve tackle this question and more on this episode of Sound 101 Mailbag. Covering a variety of topics from post techniques and plug-in order to choral mics and live audio strategies, this episode is packed with info for sound mixers and enthusiasts from all backgrounds.

What even is a choral mic? Should you shell out for one or is there an acceptable workaround? This episode will help anyone looking to mic a group of people with limited resources.

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