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How to make demo videos....

Discussion in 'Member Video and Sound Clips' started by rippingrudy, Jan 31, 2012.

  1. rippingrudy

    rippingrudy Member

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    Hi Guys,

    I'm wondering how to make a half decent demo video of an amplifier or guitar. I see videos where you can hear the person talk but they also have an amplifier mic'd up. I have a Macbook and I have Logic - Just wondering what program to use and how to go about it.

    If you have any links to a tutorial or something please post it... Thanks : )
     
  2. big mike

    big mike Consigliere Staff Member

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    there's ways to do it. Mine are mediorce but I just stick video camera in the room.
    I go for the 'guerilla' approach with no mixing, tricks, effects, etc. But I've also been meaning to try using garage band or logic to mix in a close mic'd sound.

    Should be able to do all that in Imovie
     
  3. Scott Auld

    Scott Auld Staff Member

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    Good mic on the amp, another one in the room to catch your voice, into a decent mixer, output of which runs directly into the mic jack of your video camera.
     

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