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Acoustical Perspective for the Spoken Voice
When recording the spoken voice (for example, dubbing motion picture dialogue), the acoustical perspective has to be changed frequently to create the impression of moving actors. A common method to achieve this effect is recording with a near and a distant microphone which are then blended together. The method presented here utilizes the combination of close positioned diaphragms. Listening samples are described.
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