The Mixing Environment

West, Richard
June 1989
Image Technology;Jun1989, Vol. 71 Issue 6, p238
Trade Publication
The article reflects on the quality of a laser optical feedback imaging (LO-FI) speakers used in amplifying the audio in films when shown in television. Information about the difference between the balance produced on large monitors and the one required on television speakers for preliminary mixing were provided. It has been observed that dubbing mixer is frequently presented with problems inherent in the original recording since the deficiencies of LO-FI speakers relied upon to cover noises.


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