10 Jul 2013

iRig MIC and iRig PRE at Glastonbury: How the Telegraph did it!

Check out The Telegraph's video on the best gear for mobile reporting and blogging


Following their exceptional video coverage of the recent Glastonbury festival using iRig PRE and iRig MIC, The Telegraph's Chris Stone explains how it was done: "The iRig MIC was particularly impressive at eliminating background noise."


Following their exceptional video coverage of the recent Glastonbury festival using iRig PRE and iRig MIC, The Telegraph's Chris stone has put together an in-depth description of all the steps and gear needed to create professional video footage using an iPhone 5.

Entitled "How to turn an iPhone into a professional video camera", Chris's explanatory video and associated text give you everything you need to put together professional video footage with high quality sound.
Speaking specifically about iRig MIC, Chris says:

"the iRig MIC is a handheld microphone which plugs directly into the iPhone itself... the iRig MIC was particularly impressive at eliminating background noise."

on the iRig PRE, Chris says:

"The iRig PRE is a handy little preamp which takes takes an XLR input and turns it into a 3.5mm TRRS jack which the iPhone will accept...the iRig PRE was quick and simple to use."

and then summarizes:

"with a bit of practice I was recording perfectly acceptable audio – far better than I would have expected on a phone."

Check out Chris's excellent video article here:


View the footage from Glastonbury here

Learn more about iRig MIC here
Learn more about iRig PRE here

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