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It’s been said before that audiences will more readily accept bad images when watching a film than they will accept bad audio. Out of focus, jerky, misframed shots, in limited doses, will not cause a viewer to switch off. Bad sound, on the other hand, will turn the film experience into a torturous ordeal. If the audience can’t hear what is going on, or if the content simply hurts their ears, then it is very difficult to maintain their attention.
The only way to get good sound is to record it properly in the first place. Basic rules to achieve this include: ...