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How To Get Clear Audio For Motovlogging

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Clear audio is what can make someone tune in or tune out, in this video I tell you my setup and walk you through the post production editing I do to get the cleanest audio I can.

Jarles Presets:

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Shark Vision R 2nd Series Helmet:
Proline Windjammer II:
Drift Ghost S:
Drift Official Mic:
Rycote Windjammer:
Adobe CC Suite:

First is the setup, I have a Shark Vision R 2nd Series Helmet which fits my head perfectly, no hamster cheeks and my jaw can move freely so I can get my words out. The Shark helmet has a whisper strip which is fitted and I’ve also got a Proline Windjammer II Neoprene skirt attached to the bottom.

The camera I use is the Drift Ghost S, with the official Drift microphone and a Rycote Lavelier Windjammer/Deadcat. The microphone just pokes out the right cheekpad and points up as to avoid the wind rushing up under the helmet.

The screen I use on the bike is a double bubble from Powerbronze and that deflects the wind into my visor rather than my chest, also I always keep the visor down when recording as this minimises the wind noise as well.

Post Production I use Premiere Pro and Jarle’s Presets 3.0, Jarles presets are a whole range of tools and presets you can drop onto your timeline to create effects easier and quicker, but for now ‘ll focus on the audio, first I reduce the OLFI sound by about -18db, then I drop the Preset Rich Voice Over onto the main audio, add some bass, treble, adjust the volume and add some more bass to the OLFI camera and adjust the volume. That’s it.

I’m a Manchester based Motovlogger on YouTube, with over a decade of marketing and design experience including SEO, analytics and branding, my mission is to help out fellow YouTubers with their own YouTube channels and to help them grow as much as they can.

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