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Producing Great Sound for Film and Video [Paperback]

Jay Rose

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Book Description

March 3 2008 024080970X 978-0240809700 3
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
* postproduction hardware
* 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

* 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.

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"Jay Rose brings a wealth of experience to Producing Great Sound...the book is replete with facts and useful information."
- Dennis Berkla, Videomaker Magazine

"...an invaluable collection of step-by-step how-to information combined with the technical reasons things do or do not work."
- Dominic Milano, editor in chief, DV Magazine

"The most comprehensive, in-depth resource I've found for audio production in the desktop environment...a must-have resource."
- Randy Cates, Videography Magazine

About the Author

Clio-and Emmy-award-winning sound engineer Jay Rose is creative director of the Digital Playroom. Specializing in post-production audio, his clients include PBS, Buena Vista Home Video, and Turner Network Television. Rose has written about audio for Videography, Recording, and Premiere Full Motion magazines.

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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If you want better Sound... Sept. 8 2009
By john livings - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
I have been using, Producing Great Sound for Film and Video, Third Edition (DV Expert Series) For about a year.

After reading the Book, (And listening to the CD) I now use it as a Reference Manual.

I have Shot Video and Recorded Sound for a few years and always struggled with the Audio, After reading Jay's books (This one and "Audio Postproduction for Film and Video") I am actually getting a handle on the Audio.

I recommend buying or checking out at the Library at least 2 of Jay Rose's books. [...]

1-Producing Great Sound for Film and Video, Third Edition (DV Expert Series) by Jay Rose

2-Audio Postproduction for Film and Video, Second Edition (DV Expert Series) by Jay Rose

If you Shoot and Edit Video/Audio and want to take your Audio a Quantum Leap forward, Both Books should be in your Studio.

Good Luck, John
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars If You're Going To Read Only One Book On Sound... Aug. 5 2010
By Paul Burns - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
...this would have to be it. I've read a good number of books on the subject and Jay Rose's publication is by far my favorite. While a lot of sound books come across very dry, technical, and quite frankly can tend to be boring, I actually found Producing Great Sound for Film & Video to be entertaining. You can get a real sense of the author's personality while reading, in addition to his obvious wealth of experience in the area of production sound. A lot of aspiring filmmakers I know spend a lot of time studying and practicing shooting techniques, but shy away from really learning enough about sound recording. Well, absolutely nothing to be afraid of with this book. In fact I would bet that most readers will only wish they had read it sooner.
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Fantastic, worth every penny March 19 2010
By T. Dowse - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback
This is an outstanding book. It is written extremely clearly and thoroughly, without feeling too dry or boring. The author clearly has a sense of humour, as well as a wealth of experience of working on soundtracks for a large range of budgets (corporate to feature film). I actually read it cover to cover, non-stop, and have read dipped into it several times since. It is useful for people at all levels, from total beginners to people with a good overview of all aspects of professional production (like me).

I am certainly going to buy his other book (Audio Postproduction). The sections on post in this book were great, and I've already learnt a huge amount. But it just left me hungry for more.

I don't like to write gushing reviews, but this really was a great book. If someone asked me if I knew of a good book for video sound production, I would recommend this whole heartedly, without a second thought. I've already leant it to a trusted colleague, who has been in the business for 30 years, and he decided after a week to buy his own copy.

But I will throw in one drawback...having read this book, I just now wish I had the budget for hollywood facilities on every production I work on. And I don't. So try to remember to keep your feet on the ground. Decent soundtracks can still be made on relatively low budgets. Even on productions where I am writing, shooting, producing, and editing - this book has undoubtedly given me enough to make serious improvements to my sound recording, processing, and mixing.

In summary - if you are serious about sound (and you really should be if you want to produce decent video), and you feel like you need to know more, buy this book!!
6 of 7 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Just wat I was looking for Feb. 1 2010
By K. J. Broekema - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
I am working at an Internet video course based on Flash Actionscript 3.0. As a professional consultant/trainer I have no problem with the content and as a former scientific programmer I have no problem with AS3.0. Video however was entirely new for me. It took me quite some time to get to know the camera and how to set up a temporary greenscreen studio. Shortly thereafter I discovered two things:
1) The way to present spoken text in front of a camera is radically different from the way I always presented tekst in front of an audience. You can't make mistakes and you must speak in soundbytes and oneliners just like politicians do.
2) Nomatter how good the Flash visuals and other visuals are, sound is the vehicle that communicates the message.
I am almost through the learning phase. I have made a simple autocue and bought a wireless Lavalier microphone. So far I have spent more time and money to get the audio right than to produce the visuals. Most study books about video contain only one chapter about audio. This is absolutely not enough. This book is exclusively about audio and it is very thourough. It gave me the confidence to handle the audio part.
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Audio Book by Jay Rose Feb. 28 2011
By r.cates - Published on Amazon.com
Format:Paperback|Verified Purchase
This book covers everything I can think of to assist me with a confusing subject, audio production. My expertise is motion graphics and video. You can't be an expert in everything but with this book you can get the high end audio you need for your corporate, commercial, television and internet productions without making audio a second profession. Jay is a Clio award winning audio technician whose expertise has helped me produce my own award winning productions. I highly recommend this book for anyone in the production business. It's the audio bible I use.

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