Sound for Film and Television, Third Edition provides a thorough introduction to the fascinating field of recording, editing, mixing, and exhibiting film and television sound. It strikes a fine balance between aesthetic and technical content, combining theory and practice to approach sound as both an art and a science. This new edition has been completely updated to reflect the latest advances in HD technology, new hardware and software systems, new distribution methods, wireless sound capture, and more. Also, analog-related content has been reduced and transferred to the chapters covering historical techniques. Sections on troubleshooting and FAQs have been added to help you avoid common pitfalls in sound production. Written by one of Hollywood's leading sound experts, Sound for Film and Television provides a solid grounding in all aspects of the sound process. Basic principles are presented with illustrations demonstrating how they affect the day-to-day activities on a film or television set, in the editing room, and in the mix room. The accompanying audio DVD contains more than 50 tracks that demonstrate practical, real-world examples of key concepts presented in the book. A companion Web site provides further resources and information: http://booksite.focalpress.com/companion/Holman/SoundforFilmandTelevision/ Please use the access code located in the beginning of the book to register for access to the Web site.... 20 sound fields in rooms, 15a17 direct sound, 15 discrete reflections, 15 reverberation, 15a17 standing waves, 18a19, 19f sum of effects, ... See Sony Dynamic Digital Sound SDII file format, 138t, 139a140 Sea Biscuit, 199 semicircular canals (ear), 23f Sennheiser MKH418, ... See amplitude slating, 105, 115a116 tail slating, 116 time code rate, 122 time code slates, 129f, 131a132 slice, console, 173anbsp;...
|Title||:||Sound for Film and Television|
|Publisher||:||CRC Press - 2012-11-12|