Sound Techniques for Video and TV / Edition 2 available in Paperback
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- Taylor & Francis
Sound Techniques for Video and TV is intended for all those involved in the reproduction of sound in association wuth pictures, from the amatuer with their first video camera to the professional television and video sound operator with the latest equipment, including stereo.
The book explains the underlying principles involved with working with sound, while including sufficient technical information to enable the operator to get the best out of his equipment. Where audio theory is mentioned it is treated in a simple, non-mathematical manner.
Sound Techniques for Video and TV is filled with useful information. Each page is devoted to a complete topic, making the book an easy to access reference source.
Table of Contents
CONTENTS INCLUDE: Sound in a visual medium; Sound quality; Acoustic treatment; Microphones; Applying stereo sound to vision; Basic lighting requirements; Sound control; Sound shaping; Using reverb; Time delay - the Haas effect; Talks and lectures;
Planning for drama; Dialogue and split sound; Ceilings, beams, windows; Gunshots; Exterior sequences in the studio; Sound effects in the studio; Televising the piano; Various keyboard instruments; Tape recording; Dynamic noise reduction: Dolby; Sound and
electronic editing; Recording audio on video recorders; The dangers of high sound levels.