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Andy Lawrence

Manchester Sound recording technology The aspect of filmmaking that has changed the least and continues to be undervalued most is sound recording. The quality and sensitivity of audio recordings define the way an audience experiences a film, so sound must not be a secondary consideration. In documentary work audio data is commonly picked up by a variety of omni- and uni-directional microphones and recorded via a mixer to a camera or solid-state recorder, and then saved onto secure digital data cards. Fiction filmmakers think as much about what occurs off screen as

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