Audio Post for Film & Video 09/19/12
Audio Postproduction for Film and Video, a book by Jay Rose, takes you from sound vibration to mixdown.
If you’ve wanted an authoritative compendium on audio, you’ll find it in Audio Postproduction for Film and Video.
Weighing in at a hefty 464 pages, Jay Rose‘s book is for students and beginners in the world sound, as well as experienced film producers and music engineers.
It will help the neophytes improve their project soundtracks and help the professional set solve technical and creative problems of sound for picture.
The author stresses that this book is written in plain English, but also has plenty of demonstrations and visual analogies.
There are 6 chapters of “recipes” – step-by-step instructions for common operations. Does it sound practical yet?
Jay, you had me at “plain English.”
If you have the time, check out his two-hour presentation on technique differences between film and video sound, given at the Boston Section of the Audio Engineering Society in February 2011.