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Acoustical Perspective for the Spoken Voice

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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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