Recording instruction video where teacher is talking and demonstrating on guitar. Is there any way to eliminate pick click, that is, the sound of the guitar pick plucking on the strings? It is very loud on the voice mic, and makes the sound awful.
I have a RODE NTG-1. It's placed just out of the frame above the subject.
The odd thing is that I was looking at recordings made years and years ago (with the same pick and same mic) and the noise isn't there.
The only difference is the camera being used, and the location.
I don't fully understand how to view the polar response pattern image. I understand what it's for, but from what perspective is the image supposed to be viewed? Am I looking at the mic itself as if I were talking into it? It's confusing to me.