Recording Services FAQs
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- What ensemble concerts are regularly recorded?
- What is the difference between the standard stereo setup and a multi-channel recording?
- How long does it take to get my finished product?
- What is the procedure for a session recording?
- What if I don’t use the whole session time I signed up and paid for?
- What’s the difference between one camera and two or three?
- What are my options for video labeling/graphics/intro page/etc?
- I am not a music student. Can you record my demo?
- What is Live Sound Reinforcement? Do I need it?
- I need to send a copy of my recital to the Grad Office for graduation. Can you help?
- What do I do if I need something done ASAP?
- Where do you record?
- Can you LiveStream my recital?
- Do you have a studio?
- I didn’t see the engineer! Was my recital recorded?
- Do you lend out equipment?
What’s the difference between one camera and two or three?
One camera is a single shot, with no editing. It can be a single, non-moving shot of the entire stage, or the video engineer can make small adjustments to zoom in or pan the stage. Using more than one camera is best for large or complex stage setups. This allows the video to cut between a wide shot of the stage and close-ups of the performers. - See more at: http://music.msu.edu/recording-services/faqs#sthash.p4C0h3wN.dpuf