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Outdoor and Indoor Recording for Motion Picture. A Comparative Approach on Microphone Techniques.
Several recording techniques and equipment are used in outdoor and indoor recordings for Motion Picture. The choices are usually characterized from subjectivity and technical limitations irrelevant to the desired final sound quality. Our goal is to present results of comparative recordings in order to give answers to every-day-practice problems that arise. Overhead and underneath booming and the use of wireless microphones are compared through time and frequency analysis.
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