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Synchronous Television Sound Recording

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An appropriate counting device can synchronize various devices (sound recorders, video recorders, telecine, etc.) driving performated films or tapes recorded with synchronizing pulses. This simplifies various processes such as rerecording, dissolving, etc., and provides several high-quality sound tracks for motion picture and television. Ease of operation and reliability are excellent.

JAES Volume 17 Issue 3 pp. 272-275; June 1969
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