Practical art of motion picture sound / David Lewis Yewdall.
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- ISBN: 0240808657 (alk. paper)
- ISBN: 9780240808659 (alk. paper)
- Physical Description: vviii, 582 p. : ill. ; 24 cm. + 1 DVD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)
- Edition: 3rd ed.
- Publisher: Burlington, MA : Focal Press, c2007.
|Formatted Contents Note:||
Ch. 1. The empowerment of sound -- Ch. 2. Our amateur beginnings -- Ch. 3. The passing of a tradition and coming of age -- Ch. 4. Success or failure: before the camera even rolls -- Ch. 5. The challenging battlefield of production -- Ch. 6. From the set to the laboratory -- Ch. 7. Picture editorial and the use of the sound medium -- Ch. 8. Temp dubs and test screenings: a critical objective view -- Ch. 9. Spotting the picture for sound and music -- Ch. 10. Custom recording sound effects: the real fun and adventure -- Ch. 11. The sound librarian: the curator of an audio empire -- Ch. 12. Sound design : myths and realities -- Ch. 13. Sound editorial : sync-sync, chop-chop -- Ch. 14. Sound editorial: ultra low-budget strategies -- Ch. 15. Dialog editors: Hollywood's unsung heroes -- Ch. 16. ADR and looping: getting the lips to flap in sync -- Ch. 17. Foley: the art of footsteps, props, and cloth movement -- Ch. 18. Nonlinear: the digital workstation -- Ch. 19. The music composer: audio collaboration or mud and destruction -- Ch. 20. The re-recording stage: predubbing and the final mix -- Ch. 21. Emerging technologies: sound restoration and colorization -- Ch. 22. The venerable Nagra IV-S (analog).
"Practical Art of Motion Picture Sound, Third Edition, comprehensively examines the subject of sound for motion pictures and television productions with an emphasis on real-world problems and solutions. The book will show you how to achieve great sound despite a small budget, lack of equipment, and less-than-perfect recording conditions. Based on the experience of the author and other top sound craftspeople, and firmly grounded in practical techniques, this book provides real-life examples and relevant technical data as well as an appreciation of the processes involved in creating an artful audio experience. It examines sound from the point of view of the key figures in the sound department, who not only describe today's practices, but also offer practical advice to guide the reader around myriad pitfalls."--BOOK JACKET.
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