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Production Sound Mixing: The Art and Craft of Sound Recording for the Moving Image.

9781501307089

Production Sound Mixing: The Art and Craft of Sound Recording for the Moving Image

John J. Murphy

Bloomsbury

2016

223 pages

$29.95

The Cinetech Guides to the Film Crafts

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For readers in the very early stages of discovering the process of capturing sound for the moving image on location, Murphy provides an overview emphasizing the application of theory rather than the theory itself. His topics include what sound is, the basic types of microphones and how they work, choosing a location, the audio mixer, wireless microphones, interviews, on the set, preparation is everything, post-production, opportunities for sound work in film and video, and stereo. ([umlaut] Ringgold, Inc., Portland, OR)

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