– No, and if you work in film you probably already know this. Keep in mind that film production, especially location work, is often done in the presence of background noise.
– Our method, while ultra-realistic, is probably not a good choice for noisy environments as it does not afford the isolation that hyper-cardioid microphones do. However, if on a sound stage where background noise is well-controlled and ultra-realistic audio is desirable, then yes, it’s the perfect complement to the video.
– Of course, our audio can be filtered as a post process to help attenuate specific sounds that should not be part of the sound.