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Producing Great Sound for Digital Video is a complete audio training guide as well as a quick problem-solving resource for the working pro. The author explains hundreds of real-world techniques to use from preproduction through the final mix. Readers get how-tos, tips, and time-savers, plus tutorials on key skills such as dialogue and music editing. This edition features deeper coverage of location techniques, including choosing the right mic, in-camera sound recording, getting sound into the camera cleanly, calibrating the camera to location sound equipment, working with mic booms, using separate recorders, and digital wireless. It also includes updates on working techniques, including new software categories for postproduction and new interchange standards.
|1||How Sound Works||2|
|2||How Digital Audio Works||22|
|3||Audio on a Wire||43|
|4||Planning for Sound||58|
|5||Budgeting, Scheduling, and Pre-Production||77|
|6||Microphones and Room Acoustics||94|
|8||Recording Voice-Overs, ADR, and Effects||134|
|10||Levels and Digitizing||211|
|12||Working with Music||258|
|App. A: Glossary||332|
|App. B: Resources||338|
|App. C: The CD||340|
Posted December 1, 2006
It's a truism that half of any video or film production is the sound track. Jay Rose writes clearly and concisely on how to make the audio portion of your video production its best. I strongly recommend this and his follow-up title, Audio Postproduction for Digital Video. Also, keep up-to-date on audio-for-video by reading his fine column in DV magazine.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.