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Audio Post-Production in Video and Film

Audio Post-Production in Video and Film
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Author: Tim Amyes
Publisher: Focal Press
Format: Softcover
# of Pages: 224
Pub. Date: 1999
Edition: 2nd
ISBN-10: 0240515420
ISBN-13: 9780240515427

About the Book:

Audio Post-Production in Video and Film provides a thorough overview of audio post-production theory and technique. It is a good introduction for beginners and has enough technical depth to suit practising professionals, whether in small production houses or larger facilities. Equipment and processes are illustrated with explanatory diagrams throughout, and supported by a straightforward narrative divided into manageable and logical sections. Computer and digital audio recording have radically changed the audio post-production industry over the past few years. This new and moderately priced technology has increased opportunities for those with even just a basic knowledge of sound and limited equipment to produce high quality results. This second edition of Audio Post-Production in Video and Film has been completely rewritten to include the very latest techniques in:

• digital audio
• new computer equipment and workstations
• recording and sound editing
• new transmission methods and standards and formats such as DVD.

What people say:

"Any reader engaged in this field will want to possess their own copy. It makes riveting reading with many excellent illustrations helping the understanding. It's a book which will have something for everyone – even the most experienced technician. But its real value lies in its comprehensive overview of the art of producing sound for vision – a must for the student." — Playback Journal

About the Author:

Tim Amyes has many years experience in post-production, covering the whole production chain. As well as being a former sound supervisor at Scottish Television, he has worked at two other companies in the British ITV network, both as a sound recordist and dubbing mixer. He has been involved in industry training from the start, serving as one of the original members of Skillset, which was set-up to provide training standards (NVQs) for the UK television and film industries.