The Decca Tree Microphone Technique
A 1950s-era application still reigns for film-score recording
More than 50 years after its initial inception, the Decca Tree technique has become a well-established approach used in symphony halls and scoring stages worldwide.
Equalizers: December 2011
New Gear To Give You An Edge
Now shipping is Version 5.5 of Steinberg's Nuendo audio editing/recording/mixing software, supporting up to 256 physical inputs and group channels—at resolutions of up to 192 kHz.
In The Mix
Robert Janiger on capturing dialogue on location for feature films and TV work
We caught up with Janiger recently and chatted about the life and role of an independent location sound pro.
Inside Track: Wireless Demystified
Ten steps to improving RF mic performance
One of the most essential tools for capturing audio on location is a wireless (radio frequency) microphone system.
Compact Field Mixers
When two microphones just aren’t enough, you get the input options and flexibility you need with these incredibly useful, multitalented devices
Eventually, you may require more flexibility than the two audio inputs on your camera can supply.
News & VUs: October 2011
Useful information sound pros need to know
This year marks the 35th anniversary of 1976’s A Star Is Born, which was the first film released with a left/right/center/surround Dolby Stereo optical soundtrack.
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