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Next friday I will have a shoot. Using a lavalier, dslr, shotgun and the audiorecorder DSLR from beachteck.

I'm not sure if I will use the sound of my shotgun as we are in a very airy space where sound with the shotgun could be bad.

Thinking of wiring my lavelier into the audiorecorder to my dslr as well. But is there a way to record two separate audio tracks with the beachteck? So I can ditch the shotgun track if I don't like it?

 

Thanxs for helping

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