Use of sound creatively in theater is expanding, and every space where drama is performed requires a sound-effects system. Sound effects playback over systems designed for reinforcement is satisfactory only in special cases. Systems ranging from simple adaptations of packaged tape recorders with built-in amplifiers to fully professional combinations of custom consoles, professional tape and disc equipment, and portable theater-type loudspeakers are discussed. Simple operation and provisions for expansion are important.
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