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I've made a new youtube video "Time After Time" which I think is a massive break through for me in terms of getting good audio. The way this video was done was by producing the audio first then syncing it to the video which was shot afterward like a music video.
My question is, how to record a "LIVE PERFORMANCE" and still get clean crisp audio? I've tried doing it a few times "LIVE" but was still not too happy with the result.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EbGTvVs ... e=youtu.be
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