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Preface to the Third Edition Introduction Chapter 1 Objective Sound Chapter 2 Psychoacoustics Chapter 3 Audio Fundamentals Chapter 4 Capturing Sound Chapter 5 Microphone Technicalities Chapter 6 Handling the Output of Microphones Chapter 7 Production Sound Mixing Chapter 8 Sync, Sank, Sunk Chapter 9 Transfers Chapter 10 Sound Design Chapter 11 Editing Chapter 12 Mixing Chapter 13 From Print Masters to Exploitation Appendix I Working with Decibels Appendix II Filmography Appendix III The Eleven Commandments of Film Sound Appendix IV Bibliography Glossary Index About the Author The Companion Website Instructions for the Accompanying DVD
Tomlinson Holman is President of TMH Corporation and one of the prominent figures in audio today. He is widely known for his development of new products and processes in the field of audio and video, including the THX Sound System, Home THX (with his patents licensed to more than 45 companies), and the THX Digital Mastering program developed while he was Corporate Technical Director at Lucasfilm, Ltd. He has won career achievement awards from CAS and the Custom Electronics Design and Installation Association. Mr. Holman is a Fellow of the Audio Engineering Society, the British Kinematograph Sound and Television Society, and the Society of Motion Picture and Television Engineers. He is Co-Chairman of the Audio Engineering Society Task Force on High-Capacity Audio.
"The best overall technical introduction to film sound...As one would expect from the developer of the THX Sound System, among many other achievements, this book has a comprehensive approach and features one of the best introductions to psychoacoustics that you'll read anywhere."--Larry Blake, Mix Magazine "The book provides a fascinating and incredibly informative introduction to the world of film and television sound and is well recommended."--James Eade, Lighting and Sound International "Holman covers a lot of ground in just over 250 pages. His knowledge of the subject and many of the major industry players is evident. Sound for Film and Television is a concise, informative, entertaining, and intimate review that can serve as an introduction to the subject for the student and a snapshot of current techniques and processes for the practitioner."--The Journal of the Audio Engineering Society