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Sound Recording for Motion [motion picture] Indiana U Audio-Visual Center

Distributor:
Indiana U Instructional Support Ser 1960
Brief Annotation:
Portrays the work of the motion picture soundman in arranging the set and recording acceptable sync-sound on location. Contrasts the features that make a sound studio ideal for recording to the problems inherent in recording on location. Emphasizes three major recording problems and their solutions--acoustical treatment of set, choice and placement of microphone, and controlling unwanted noise. Some of the sources of "electrical hum" in recording equipment and ways to eliminate them are indicated.
Publication Date:
1960