Orders placed after 4PM on weekdays will not ship until the next business day. Orders placed after 11am Fridays will not ship until the following Monday.
Faster shipping methods may be available; just upgrade during checkout.
*Some exclusions apply.
Enter new zip code to refresh estimated delivery time.
This item's manufacturer/distributor usually ships within 7-14 business days business days (subject to availability). You will be charged as soon as the manufacturer receives the order. This item is noncancelable and nonreturnable.
PayPal Orders Payments processed using PayPal will be charged immediately (as opposed to when an order ships).
International Orders Payments for international orders will be charged as soon as the order is placed.
The Intermediate Audio Module DVD by First Light Video Publishing, teaches you how to use professional audio gear performs better, lasts longer and is more robust, and generates less noise in the audio stream. it also offers much greater flexibility in controlling your sound.
Intermediate Audio Module is part of the Command Course Plus Series, and focuses on Microphones, Mixers, Recorders, Cables, and Wireless Systems.
Learn how to use electret mics, dynamic mics, condenser mics, mixers, lowcut and pads, hard disk recorders, mic suspension mounts, audio snake cables, wireless systems and much more.
Learn the principles of recording "safe audio", from selecting the right location, to using the right mic for the job, to recording on CF cards or Hard Disk.
Topics Covered Includes
Mics: dynamic, electret, condenser , dynamic mics, interview mics, interference tube, gaining up off-axis rejection, mic patterns, cardioid condenser mics, low-cut filter, -10dB pad accessories and general usage such as locations, shock mounts, boom poles, handling noise,"fix it in post", A.D.R, foley, wind screens, zeppelin covers and configurations, pop screens, mixers and media recorders, I.F.B.: internal fold back, backing up audio tracks, mixers: safe audio, multi-pin connectors (beta snakes), mixer types and price points, mdia recorders, wireless and wired lavoliers, wireless systems, multi-channel systems, finding open frequencies, driving a transmitter "hot", headphones and summary.