Sound for Film and Television is a comprehensive and engaging study of recording, editing, mixing, and exhibiting film and television sound. The work covers both the technical and aesthetic aspects of these disciplines revealing the integral relationship between the art and science of sound recording.
In addition, this edition has been updated to include HD technology - hard and software enhancements, new distribution methods, wireless sound capture, and more. There is also a section that covers troubleshooting as well as how to avoid simple and advanced pitfalls when recording.
The book has a good supply of images to reinforce the text as well as examples of how sound recording is affected during film and TV productions or in the editing or mix rooms. Finally, a companion DVD is loaded with about 50 examples of the topics discussed in the book.
About the Author: Tomlinson Holman is President of TMH Corporation & one of the prominent figures in audio today. Widely known for his development of new products and processes in the field of audio and video, including the THX Sound System, a program developed while he was Corporate Technical Director at Lucasfilm, Ltd.