Sound design in the theatre / John L. Bracewell
- Bracewell, John L.
- Englewood Cliffs, N.J. : Prentice Hall, [date of publication not identified]
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- xi, 274 pages : illustrations ; 29 cm
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- Basic characteristics of sound -- The electrical basis of audio -- Audio measurements -- Overview of audio systems -- Loudspeakers -- Microphones -- Amplifiers -- Basic signal processing -- Mixers and control consoles -- Audio signal storage -- Time domain processors -- Synthsizers and samplers -- Survey of audio systems -- Assembling audio components into audio systems -- Basic characteristics of human hearing -- Binaural perception and psychoacoustics -- The psychological basis of auditory aesthetics -- Creativity, craftsmanship, and design -- Sound and dramatic art -- Reading the playscript for sound design -- Developing the design: deriving a concept -- Developing the design: organizing ideas -- Constructing the design: organizing resources -- Constructing the design: recording and editing -- Rehearsing sound -- Postscript on the design process -- Notes on The Rose Tattoo in the computer age.
- Includes index.
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