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Considerations on Providing Audio Coverage in Television Production Studios

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Providing audio coverage in a broadcast television production studio is of equal importance with the actual program audio mix. Some of the daily problems that the audio setup crews encounter under the pressure of tight schedules are shown. In teleproduction many techniques of more permanent sound-system installations are not always applicable.

JAES Volume 26 Issue 11 pp. 863-866; November 1978
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