A Practical Guide to Television Sound Engineering
Television audio engineering is like any other business--you learn on the job--but more and more the industry is relying on a freelance economy. The mentor is becoming a thing of the past. A PRACTICAL GUIDE TO TELEVISION SOUND ENGINEERING is a cross training reference guide to industry technicians and engineers of all levels. Packed with photographs, case studies, and experience from an Emmy-winning author, this book is a must-have industry tool.
* Author has won multiple Emmys and been the sound designer for the past three Olympics!
* Readers learn audio engineering for television from end-to end--sports, comedy, drama, music, and news
* Packed with demonstrative photos and real world examples from an international production community
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