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Re: [videoblogging] Rode Videomic versus Rode Stereomic

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  • Rupert Howe
    Thanks Tom - don t feel shy about adding your podcast URL as a signature, for our easy access. I usually do (so do most people here, I think) I was just being
    Message 1 of 10 , Mar 31, 2010
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      Thanks Tom - don't feel shy about adding your podcast URL as a
      signature, for our easy access.
      I usually do (so do most people here, I think) I was just being lazy
      today because I was talking to myself.

      Rupert and Rupert
      http://twittervlog.tv

      On 31 Mar 2010, at 19:04, Tom Dolan wrote:

      > Hi Rupert,
      >
      > If I can break into this conversation between you and....Rupert, I'd
      > like to say that in the situation you're describing, I don't think
      > stereo audio is an issue. I capture my video podcast audio with a mono
      > lavaliere and convert with QT Pro and the results are very good. The
      > audio goes in as mono but comes out as mono in both channels. You can
      > check my podcast
      > if you like and hear for yourself. I've just opened it up so it still
      > needs some content but please check it out. Stereo in the field could
      > be a complication you could easily avoid and I would unless the
      > situation demanded otherwise.
      >
      > Good Listening & Good Luck, and now feel free to continue your
      > conversation with Rupert.
      >
      > Tom Dolan
      >
      >
      > On Mar 31, 2010, at 4:51 AM, Rupert Howe wrote:
      >
      >> excellent - i can have a thread all to myself.
      >> well, Rupert, it seems to me after a moment's consideration that the
      >> Stereo videomic is probably better for atmosphere and group
      >> discussions, whereas the more directional mono videomic would be
      >> better for interview use. does that sound right?
      >> Yes, Rupert, that would seem to make sense.
      >> Thanks.
      >> No problem.
      >>
      >> On 31 Mar 2010, at 12:37, Rupert Howe wrote:
      >>
      >>> here's another general question for the audiophiles like Richard -
      >> is
      >>> there really much difference between a mono and a stereo mic at this
      >>> level? surely in most cases - recording someone talking, or
      >> capturing
      >>> general atmos for instance, both channels will be almost exactly the
      >>> same? and the range and response isn't improved by having stereo, is
      >>> it? what am i missing?
      >>>
      >>>
      >>> On 31 Mar 2010, at 12:30, Rupert Howe wrote:
      >>>
      >>>> Does anybody have any experience comparing the quality of the Rode
      >>>> mono & stereo videomics? I know they're popular with videobloggers.
      >>>>
      >>>>
      >>>>
      >>>
      >>>
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      > Tom Dolan
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