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Multitrack Audio in Video Production

A synchronizer system is discussed which should enhance the use of multitrack audio machines in video productions. It uses the newly adopted SMPTE time code to phase lock the audio machine to any source of master code, including video recorders. The use of the time code opens up new avenues of handling the audio tape in the postproduction phase.

JAES Volume 21 Issue 3 pp. 172-176; April 1973
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