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Audio Production Worktext, 8th Edition by Craig A. Stark, Samuel J. Sauls

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9Production Situations

9.1 Introduction

The equipment that has been discussed in previous chapters can be used for many types of studio audio productions, including commercials, image enhancers, on-air shows, music recording, news, sports, traffic, weather, talk shows, drama, and variety. Although many of these program forms relate to radio, some can be used for other audio-based material, such as music CDs, club disc jockeying, and demo recordings for job applications. Entire books have been written about each of these types of material; this chapter will not give you the in-depth knowledge you need to perfect any of the program forms. It will, however, get you started in the right direction. Experience and advanced training can then provide ...

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