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INTRODUCTION TO THE FOURTH EDITION
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acoustic amplifier angle audience audio balance bass boom broadcast camera cardioid centre channel circuit close control desk decibels diaphragm disc distance distortion dubbing echo editing electronic electronic music equipment example fade fader feed filter frequency response groove harmonics head high frequencies instruments layout listener loud loudspeaker low frequencies magnetic micro microphone mixer modulation mono monophonic multitrack recording musique concrete noise normal omnidirectional operator orchestra output overmodulation pair peak peak programme meter phase phase cancellation piano pick-up picture pitch placed pop music position possible produce programme quadraphonic radio range reason recording recordist replay reverberation ribbon microphone scene script separate shot side signal signal-to-noise ratio sound effects sound source speaker speech speed stage stereo switch synchronization tape techniques telephone television studio tone track voice volume wave wavelength