New York's Met In HD

April 2008
Mix;Apr2008, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p28
The article focuses on the use of high-definition (HD) technology in theatrical productions at the Metropolitan Opera in New York City. It states that the technological advancement is the latest step for opera television. According to Jay David Saks, audio producer, HD is useful in opera production, thus during the post-production of performances, flaws can be corrected. The unavoidable problems in opera telecast include sound management, technicality complexities, and transmission delays.


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