June 2009
Inside Film;Jun2009, Issue 121, p49
The article discusses the recording of sound for the film "Ten Canoes." James Currie had moving picture experts group layer-3 audio (MP3) recorders and players modified by the engineering department of the University of Adelaide. The players were designed to capture dialogues that were dfficult to retrieve, such as those uttered by actors while standing in bark canoes in the middle of river.


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