Using Interference Tube Microphones in the Reel World
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.
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