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The Integrated Use of Miniature RF Microphones in Television Studio Production Versus Pre-Recording
New developments in micro-miniaturization and FCC rulings allow multi-channeled use of RF microphones in musical TV studio production. Set design and ever changing uses of TV cameras dictate problems in sound pickup not solved by conventional means. The use of the RF microphone places the resolvement of audio problems with the engineering department, where they belong, and not with the performer.
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