Sound recording for motion pictures

United States, 1959

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Portrays the work of the motion picture soundman in arranging the set and recording acceptable sync-sound on location. Contrasts the advantages of a sound studio and the problems inherent in recording on location. Discusses three major recording problems and their solutions - accoustical treatment of set, choice and placement of microphone, and controlling unwanted noise including electrical hum in recording equipment.


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Indiana University. Audio Visual Center






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