The audio splitter is found inside the Shootsta Kit and is used when two people need their audio recorded. The audio splitter can be plugged into the Transmitter (TX) and two lapel microphones can be plugged into the splitter.

When recording make sure you keep both people close to each other to avoid seeing the mic wires when filming. Make sure they speak at a similar audio level to avoid drastic changes in your audio volume when each person speaks.

If you want to use an alternative device you can either set up two Shootsta Kits and record their audio separately or use a Rode Smartlav (the grey lav mic supplied in some kits) and plug the lav mic into a phone and record with a voice memo app. Your Shootsta editor can sync both audio tracks together. 

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