2 edition of Sound motion pictures, recording and reproducing. found in the catalog.
Sound motion pictures, recording and reproducing.
James Ross Cameron
|LC Classifications||TR897 .C28 1959|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||993|
|LC Control Number||59027345|
Motion-picture technology - Motion-picture technology - Sound-recording techniques: The art of sound recording for motion pictures has developed dramatically. Most of the improvements fall into three areas: fidelity of recording; separation and then resynchronization of sound to picture; and ability to manipulate sound during the postproduction stage. Until the early s the normal recording. The Spanish-American War in Motion Pictures 53 America at Work, America at Leisure: Motion Pictures from to 40 Last Days of a President: Films of McKinley and the Pan-American Exposition,
America at Work, America at Leisure: Motion Pictures from Collection of motion pictures covering work, school, and leisure activities in the United States from to Features films of the United States Postal Service from , cattle breeding, fire fighters. A day with Thomas A. Edison A six-part documentary recording the year-old Edison's collaborations with his staff, conversations with industrial leaders, and supervision of the factory's production line. The majority of the film (parts 3, 4, and 5) chronicles Edison's trip to the incandescent light bulb factory and details its manufacturing.
Motion-picture technology - Motion-picture technology - Introduction of sound: The popularity of the motion picture inspired many inventors to seek a method of reproducing accompanying sound. Two processes were involved: recording and reproducing. Further, the sound reproduction had to be presented in an auditorium and had to be quite good. This could not be achieved without a good . Subjects: Sound-Recording and Reproducing-Encyclopedias; Sound Motion Pictures-Encyclopedias. Reviewer: H. Steve Brantley, Resident Librarian, University of Illinois at Chicago Library, [email protected] Table of Contents: Preface 1 Abbreviations Used 3 The Encyclopedia 5 Appendix: Films Winning the Academy Awards for Sound Bibliography
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Excerpt from Sound Motion Pictures: From the Laboratory to Their Presentation The aim of this book is to present a condensed record of the progress of sound in motion pictures. In attempting to write the history of the new device, the author of course realizes fully that it is as yet too early to base judgment on a perspective that can come Cited by: 2.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Cameron, James Ross, Sound motion pictures, recording and reproducing. Coral Gables, Fla., Cameron Pub. Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Recording sound for motion Sound motion pictures.
New York, London, McGraw-Hill, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Lester Cowan; Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. Print book: EnglishView all editions and formats: Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be the first.
Subjects: Sound motion pictures. Sound -- Recording and reproducing. More like this: Similar Items. The effect of image-spread in optical Sound motion pictures recordings. --Moir, J. Optical sound reproduction in the cinema. --Timms, T. Reproducing optical sound in television.
--West, J. Optical sound recording and practice. --Appendix. Series Title: BKSTS training. VS man transferring motion-picture film from one reel to another; CU individual frames on film picturing woman, arrow pointing to her; arrow points to optical soundtrack on film; picture negative and sound negative side-by-side; diagram showing how negatives combine to create positive.
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Honoré, Paul M., Handbook of sound recording. South Brunswick [N.J.]: A.S.
Barnes, © (OCoLC) W.K.L. Dickson plays the violin in front of a horn connected to a cylinder recording machine. From the inception of motion pictures, various inventors attempted to unite sight and sound through "talking" motion pictures.
The Edison Company is known to have experimented with this as early as the fall. Sound -- Recording and reproducing -- Encyclopedias, Sound motion pictures -- Encyclopedias, Sound motion pictures, Sound -- Recording and reproducing, Filmmusik Publisher Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; china Digitizing sponsor Kahle/Austin Foundation Contributor Internet Archive Language.
A compilation of lectures on sound sponsored by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, held from September 17 through Decem Cameron, James R. Sound Motion Pictures: Recording and Reproducing, Cameron Publishing Company. SOUND RECORDING AND REPRODUCING CIRCUIT FOR PICTURES Filed May a, [on a4 M fem/z L.
P4 I N V EN TORS BYWf/ M inc/away United States Patent SOUND RECORDING AND REPRODUCING CIRCUIT FOR PICTURES Lowell H.
Good, Riverton, and Franz L. Putzrath, Pennsauken, N. J., assignors to Radio Corporation of America, a corporation of Delaware. • A musical performance during a scene or during the credits for a motion picture. Sound Recordings Distinguished from Phonorecords A sound recording is not the same as a phonorecord.
A phonorecord is the statutory term for a physical object that contains a sound recording, such as a digital audio file, a compact disc, or an LP.
Sound Recording tells that story, tracing the history of the business boom and the cultural revolution begun by Edison's invention. Ever since, recorded sound has been all around us--not just in reproducing and playing popular music, but also in more mundane areas, such as office dictation machines, radio and television programs, and even.
Sound recording, transcription of vibrations in air that are perceptible as sound onto a storage medium, such as a phonograph disc. In sound reproduction the process is reversed so that the variations stored on the medium are converted back into sound waves.
The three principal media that have been developed for sound recording and reproduction are the mechanical (phonographic disc), magnetic. Describes how sound is converted into light rays to produce sound motion pictures and how the light rays are converted back into sound waves.
Shows sound rec. The RCA Photophone System of Sound Recording and Reproduction for Sound Motion Pictures Abstract: The general considerations governing the selection of a sound-on-film recording and reproducing system are analyzed, and the variable width track for recording and the dynamic cone with directional baffle for reproduction are described as best." A Brief History of Early Motion Picture Sound Recording and Reproducing Practices", () by John K Hilliard " [History of] Motion Picture Sound Recording", () by John G Frayne.
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