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An Overview of the Recording Techniques and Equipment for Post Production
Once one takes the step to a separate audio recorder, time-code locked to the video recorder, production flexibility is limited only by one's imagination. This paper will review those features of today's audio recorders which are of significance to television production. Included in the paper is a discussion of advantages such as audio signal quality, audio material handling techniques, and cost-time savings, as well as limitations that must be considered in operation of the audio recorder.
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