#1
Ok so I've ran into this problem ever time I've made a movie. I will eventually run into working on a day where the wind sucks and totally distorts the audio. The bad thing is it is present all over the audio. I always have to cut a ton of low end and doctor the rest so at least some is audible. Then I use a reverb to at least widen the little audio I still have. It sounds better but does anyone know a better way to correct this?
#2
Depends what you are recording ?

More directional mics maybe ? Wind shield ?
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#3
Time = money.

OT: Maybe try recording on non-windy days. Or maybe set up screens to keep the wind out of your recording area. I understand you may be recording outside, but if you're clever about it, you can make the scene without having the wind screens in the picture.
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Ok so I've ran into this problem ever time I've made a movie. I will eventually run into working on a day where the wind sucks and totally distorts the audio. The bad thing is it is present all over the audio. I always have to cut a ton of low end and doctor the rest so at least some is audible. Then I use a reverb to at least widen the little audio I still have. It sounds better but does anyone know a better way to correct this?


Why did reading this remind me of Slenderman?
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Why did reading this remind me of Slenderman?
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