Sound Production Handbook


SKU: 9781857130287
Author: Atkinson, Don
Publication Date: 08/24/1995
Publisher: Routledge
Binding: Paperback
Media: Book
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^The Sound Protection Handbook> is designed to be a useful guide to current operational sound practices within the broadcast industry. Multi-skilling within the industry has meant that the role of the sound engineer is now much wider, with operators no longer specialising in any area, but expected to possess a broad range of skills. Basic sound theory is covered and presented in such a way as to provide enough theoretical information for the professional or student to enable them to perform the many sound roles required, whether on location or in the sudio. However, the emphasis of the book is an operatinal one, covering all aspects of sound operations within televition broadcasting. The book follows a framework similar to that of NVQs and can be used as a practical source of information for those aspiring to those qualifications. The Sound Production Handbook is a useful source of guidance and reference for any operators who are changing roles and broadening their experience within the industry and provides an insight to current requirements, not only from a technical point of view, but also from a practical perspective.