The Intermediate Audio Guide is a special focus on Microphones, Mixers, Recorders, Cables, and Wireless Systems. This program covers the basic principles of Audio and goes much further using pro audio gear. You'll learn about Location Sound, Film Sound, Dual Systems, Audio Patterns, Electret Mics, Dynamic Mics, Condenser Mics, Mixers, Low Cut and Pads, Hard Disk Recorders, Mic Suspension Mounts, Audio Snake Cables, Wireless Systems and much more. Pro Audio gear performs better, lasts longer, is more robust, generates less noise in the audio stream and offers much greater flexibility in controlling your sound. Learn the principles of recording "safe audio", from selecting the right location, to using the right mic for the job, to recording on CF cards or Hard Disk. All these points plus many more are addressed in this module. Includes: Mics: Dynamic, Electret, Condenser , Super Cardioid Mics, Dynamic Mics, Interview Mics, Interference Tube, Gaining Up Off-Axis Rejection, Mic Patterns, Cardioid Condenser Mics, Low-Cut Filter, -10dB Pad Accessories and General Usage such aAudio Gain, Signal to Noise, Shock Mounts, Boom Poles, Handling Noise,"Fix it in Post", A.D.R, Foley, Wind Screens, Zeppelin Covers and Configurations, Pop Screens, Mixers and Media Recorders, I.F.B.: Internal Fold Back, Backing Up Audio Tracks, Mixers: Safe Audio,Multi-Pin Connectors (Beta Snakes), Mixer Types and Price Points, Media Recorders, Wireless and Wired Lavaliers, Wireless Systems, Multi-Channel Systems, Finding Open Frequencies, Driving a Transmitter "Hot" and Headphones.