Audio Techniques for Television Production - Media Manuals (Paperback)Roger Laycock (author)
Paperback Published: 23/01/2006
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For the beginning television sound engineer, this title should enable you to walk into a professional studio and understand the purposes of the equipment and processes involved. At a higher level it guides the reader in the professional techniques involved in using the wide variety of equipment at the disposal of the sound engineer. Although many of the techniques can apply to radio, film or music recording this book is aimed primarily at television production in the studio, on location and in post-production. The book covers every aspect of the technology and process involved in television and for every type of role (sound supervisor, recordist, mixer, boom operator, dubbing mixer, etc). It also goes further than this in attempting to convey something of the craft of the sound engineer. Knowing the tools and techniques is only half of the skill - the mark of a professional is knowing what compromises to make and when, as well as an understanding of the medium that should enable you to achieve a top quality result.
Publisher: Elsevier Science & Technology
Dimensions: 216 x 138 mm
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