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Having trouble with the sound on your video project? Find the solution in this best-selling guide.
Includes time-tested guidelines and recommendations that work no matter what hardware or software package you use
The audio CD includes diagnostics, demos, and tutorial tracks to hone your skills.
Make your film or video project sound as good as it looks with this complete training course by audio guru Jay Rose. You get hundreds of professional, real-world techniques that you can employ from preproduction through the final mix. This is a solution-oriented guide with FAQs, how-tos, tips, and time savers.
You´ll get a primer on how sound and digital audio work as well as technical setups, guidelines, and real solutions for:
budgeting, scheduling, and preproduction planning
microphones and room acoustics
recording dialog, voice-overs, ADR, and effects
levels and digitizing
working with music and sound effects
producing the final mix
New to this edition:
information on the latest cameras and field recorders
choices between single- and double-system, and digital workflows
the differences between traditional video soundtracks and dialog-driven storytelling.
Please visit the author´s website for additional resources: www.dplay.com/book/pgs3e
Digital video professionals producing event, corporate, and broadcast pieces; filmmakers
´Folks, this book is a treasure chest. Don´t call Producing Great Sound for Digital Video, Second edition by Jay Rose an audio primer or even a reference source, it´s much more... It´s like taking a class taught by a caring, affable, pro. The writer´s intimate and accessible style is what makes this book a great value for anyone interested in audio. Whether you´re just starting in the field of digital audio/video production, or are a seasoned pro, you´ll find information in this book that will improve your end product.´
-- John Hartney, Creative Cow.com
´A truly great book... I really enjoyed the read. This book is an ABSOLUTE MUST if you will be shooting on a budget and doing sound yourself. You´ll learn what mics to use in the field, how to fix an echo, how to deal with line noise, cheap fixes for potentially expensive problems--and that´s just the beginning.... this book will teach you tips and tricks that will make your head spin. This book can literally save you THOUSANDS in post production.´
-- Biagio Messina, AccessDV
´Crammed full of practical advice on recording, editing, and mixing audio for your production, including many of the technical basics.´
-- Trish Meyer, Cybmotion
´Most folks who write about doing sound for moving pictures, on film or on video, focus on the sexy stuff--mostly writing music, sometimes doing foley, often talking technical. Jay Rose doesn´t mess around. He digs right into the hardcore side of audio for moving pictures -- recording and editing dialog, sound effects, and music. He debunks common myths, shows the reader how to make do in limited-budget, time-constrained situations, and puts it all in context on a technical level. Producing Great Soundtracks is an invaluable collection of step-by-step how-to information combined with the technical reasons things do or don´t work. It´s essential reading for anyone serious about making a living doing moving pictures.´
-- Dominic Milano, Digital Video Magazine
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By Jay Rose, Jay Rose is a nationally respected sound designer and consultant whose Clio- and Emmy-winning career has included program opens for NBC and sound design for MGM. Rose is a columnist for DV Magazine, and a popular lecturer at MacWorld, DV Expo, and other industry gatherings. His web site, www.dplay.com, averages 9,000 hits each week.