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The Sound Production Handbook - Don Atkinson

The Sound Production Handbook

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Published: 24th January 1996
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"The Sound Production Handbook" takes an operational focus, covering basic sound theory and all aspects of sound operations within television and broadcasting. It provides enough theoretical information for the reader to perform the many sound roles required, whether on location or in the studio.

Introduction
Acknowledgments
Basic sound principles required in the industryp. 1
Measuring and monitoring soundp. 23
Microphone typesp. 38
The audio mixing consolep. 57
Balancing audio levels in the studiop. 79
The studio floorp. 86
Stereo operations in the studiop. 93
Editing techniques for audiop. 98
Dubbingp. 104
The roles and responsibilities of the sound supervisorp. 108
Radio microphonesp. 110
Location recordingp. 114
The Nagra recorder on a film locationp. 125
Working with video equipment on locationp. 135
Relationships on locationp. 141
Location considerations for audio productionsp. 147
Stereo location production for television and filmp. 157
Technical considerations for stereo studio and location productionsp. 163
Leaving the nestp. 177
App. A Further readingp. 183
App. B Glossaryp. 184
App. C Television organizations and manufacturersp. 190
App. D Audio formats with videop. 196
App. E Current technical requirements for broadcast location stereo input to companiesp. 199
App. F Digital sound editing toolsp. 205
App. G The licensing of radio microphones in the UKp. 210
App. H Film dubbing chartp. 213
Indexp. 215
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ISBN: 9781857130287
ISBN-10: 1857130286
Audience: Professional
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 244
Published: 24th January 1996
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 24.38 x 18.59  x 1.58
Weight (kg): 0.58
Edition Number: 1