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Using Interference Tube Microphones in the Reel World

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This paper describes methods which are considered standard practices and procedures for use of interference tube type microphones for obtaining optimum voice levels in relation to background noise (best signal to noise ratio) for recording dialogue and effects as used in motion picture, television and video productions in Hollywood.

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