Audio Production Worktext: Concepts, Techniques, and Equipment
Taylor & Francis, 2009 - Technology & Engineering - 260 pages
Providing insight into the impact media convergence has had on the radio industry, this new edition delivers an excellent introduction to the modern radio production studio, the equipment found in that studio, and the basic techniques needed to accomplish radio production work.
New chapters addressing the basics of field recording, production planning, and sound for video are included, as well as a renewed emphasis on not just radio production, but audio production.
Featuring a worktext format tailored for both students and teachers, self-study questions, hands-on projects, and a CD with project material, quizzes, and demonstrations of key concepts, this book offers a solid foundation for anyone who wishes to know more about radio/audio equipment and production techniques.
* Previously titled Radio Production Worktext, this new edition features special emphasis on the impact of media convergence, stressing the theme that audio content is now utilized on multiple platforms, while still providing a thorough introduction to the modern radio production studio, equipment, and techniques to accomplish radio production work
* Convenient, hands-on worktext format provides a complete resource for learning and teaching
* Companion CD-ROM provides project material, quizzes, and demonstrations of key audio techniques and concepts
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Chapter 1 Production Planning
Chapter 2 The Studio Environment
Chapter 3 Digital Audio Production
Chapter 4 Microphones
Chapter 5 The Audio Console
Chapter 6 Digital Audio Playersrecorders
Chapter 7 Monitor Speakers And Studio Accessories ...
Chapter 8 Signal Processing Equipment
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