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Principles of Creating Movement in Dramatic Productions for Radio, TV and Film Sound
A microphone is not a -Hi-fi-transformer- from the studio situation into an auditive duplicate. It is even more difficult to establish a real situation with the elements (microphone, mixing desks, etc.) in the studio. Described are the rules to apply, and the base for creating the effects and movements we like.
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