Sound for Video Session: Beyerdynamic M 90 vs Earthworks SR314, Q&A


In this week's Sound for Video Session, we cover your sound related questions. We also compare the Earthworks SR314 to the Beyerdynamic M 90 PRO X. And we give you sample audio from a $1700 microphone to see if more expensive equals better sound. Hint: It is more nuanced than the price of the microphone.

If you’d like to learn how to make great dialogue audio for your film and video projects, please have a look at my courses at including processing dialogue audio in Adobe Audition and DaVinci Resolve/Fairlight, recording sound, how to use the Zoom F4, F6, F8, and F8n, and how to get the most from the Sound Devices MixPre series of recorders. We also just added a course on sound for live-streaming with the ATEM Mini.

Gear used or mentioned in this episode. The links below are , B&H Photo, Sweetwater, DVE Store, or other affiliate links. As an affiliate, I earn from qualifying purchases:

- Beyerdynamic PRO X headphones and microphones (DT 700, DT 900, M 70, M 90) - Amazon, Sweetwater
- Schoeps Colette CMC641 boom microphone - B&H, Sweetwater
- Allen & Heath SQ5 digital mixer - B&H, Sweetwater, Amazon
- Behind the Sound Cart by Patrushkha Mierzwa - Amazon
- Earthworks SR314 - B&H, Sweetwater
- Panasonic GH5 camera - B&H, Amazon
- Canon C70 Camera - B&H
- Canon RF 24-70 IS lens - B&H, Amazon
- TA3-M to XLR-F Adapter cable to feed microphones to C70 or Blackmagic Pocket cameras - B&H
- ATEM Mini Extreme & Extreme ISO - B&H, DVE Store, Amazon
- Allen & Heath SQ5 Digital Mixer - B&H, Sweetwater, Amazon
- Sound Devices MixPre II Series Recorders - B&H, Sweetwater, Amazon
- Rupert Neve Designs Shelford Channel, pre-amp, EQ, compressor - Sweetwater, B&H

Copyright 2021, Curtis Judd

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