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Directing the Documentary, 6th Edition by Michael Rabiger

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CHAPTER 28

ADVANCED LOCATION SOUND

 

 

 

This chapter summarizes some of the sound equipment, skills, and approaches required for advanced sound production, but you may first want to review the basics in Chapter 10: Capturing Sound. Fortunately, a great deal of advice is now available on the Internet. For cost-conscious reviews and practical articles on all aspects of sound, go to Fred Ginsburg’s articles at FilmTVSound (htt­p:/­/fi­lmt­vso­und­.co­. For an outstanding 72-page article on sound theory and practice, see “Location Sound: The Basics and Beyond” by Dan Brockett, published under the Ken Stone Index at www­.ke­nst­one­.ne­t/f­cp_­hom­epa­ge/­loc­ati­on_­sou­nd.­htm­l (an offshoot of Final Cut Pro). For a wide range of up-to-date sound ...

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