Monday, 19 August 2013

Sound Effects of Mosquito

Although prerecorded sound libraries are readily available—some are quite good—most audio designers, particularly for theatrical film and television, prefer to produce their own effects because doing so allows complete control in shaping a sound to meet a precise need. In addition, if the effect is taken from the actual source, it has the advantage of being authentic. Then too sound designers are sometimes called on to create effects that do not already exist, and they prefer to build these from live sources.
Live sound effects are collected in three ways: by creating them in a studio, by recording them on the set during shooting, and by recording them directly from the actual source, usually in the field, sometimes during production.

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