Yeah the vid was good, you were suffering from lens fog, you were saying it was quite misty.hope that wasn't me sounding like "check my channel I'm ace" as I am most def not and my vids are pretty lame compared to some, but I have had comments as to the engine sound of my bike so assume the audio isn't too bad!
What bike you on? If you have a screen it may be turbulence.I must have a really crap/loud helmet because I can't get rid of the wind noise
I am trying to use one of those lapel mics buried in foam tho.
Does your Street Triple have standard cans? My 1050 Speed Triple was very quiet on standard pipes. I get sooooo much engine noise on my V7 which sounds ace on the videos but in reality I think it is a bit too naughty so may look into some (only slightly) quieter ones.What bike you on? If you have a screen it may be turbulence.
I can't get enough outside noise in my helmet, don't get much exhaust. My latest video I had to increase the audio volume for bits of it. I'm wearing a GT Air and on a Street Triple R
I cut out quite a bit of noise by isolating my mic from the helmet - I was getting alot of vibration noise transfered so I mounted the mic inside a big sponge mic cover, have a look at my latest motovlogs to see if you think it's good enoughI always thought it was down to mic placement and sensitivity. The lads that run Ghost Drifts have the option to set the sensitivity really low, but us GoPro lads don't have that option. C2W and SMO both have GoPro's and they manage really well with their setup. I also thought that Post production had a lot to do with it, adjusting the EQ etc. I struggle with the booming noise of wind over 60mph. I thought it was the noise of the wind around the lid that was the problem, rather than wind entering the mic.