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Recording live plays [message #85742] Sun, 30 July 2017 10:57 Go to next message
dreamer13 is currently offline  dreamer13
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I've been watching several piano and violin cover videos over YouTube and I thought they were really cool. I'd like to give it a try myself, so I wonder what kind of tools these people usually use. At this point, the best video recording tool I have is my iPhone! Some beginner tips would be appreciated.
Re: Recording live plays [message #85791 is a reply to message #85742] Sat, 05 August 2017 22:30 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Bert is currently offline  Bert
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A lot of youtubers start off with low grade equipment, so I think your phone should be fine for now. It's not going to sound perfect, but it won't sound terrible.
Re: Recording live plays [message #85793 is a reply to message #85791] Sun, 06 August 2017 00:21 Go to previous messageGo to next message
cwemoy is currently offline  cwemoy
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Bert wrote on Sat, 05 August 2017 22:30
A lot of youtubers start off with low grade equipment, so I think your phone should be fine for now. It's not going to sound perfect, but it won't sound terrible.

There are phones that are excellent at recording. There are few friends that are starting out in music (they formed a band) and since they are not that equipped, their phones come in handy and they aren't of poor quality by the way.
Re: Recording live plays [message #85796 is a reply to message #85793] Sun, 06 August 2017 01:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
dreamer13 is currently offline  dreamer13
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cwemoy wrote on Sun, 06 August 2017 13:21
Bert wrote on Sat, 05 August 2017 22:30
A lot of youtubers start off with low grade equipment, so I think your phone should be fine for now. It's not going to sound perfect, but it won't sound terrible.

There are phones that are excellent at recording. There are few friends that are starting out in music (they formed a band) and since they are not that equipped, their phones come in handy and they aren't of poor quality by the way.

Which phone? The biggest problem for me now is the placement. Due to the size and range of the screen, I'm limited in terms of possibly recorded distance and sound. It also tends to be unsteady.
Re: Recording live plays [message #85810 is a reply to message #85742] Sun, 06 August 2017 11:32 Go to previous message
bcharlton is currently offline  bcharlton
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As far as I know, you can record quality videos from your smartphone. All you need is a phone with a great camera that is able to record high definition videos. Besides, there are many apps that you can download to provide editing and digital effects capabilities.
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