Weiss, David
February 2010
Mix;Feb2010, Vol. 34 Issue 2, p16
The article features Chris Jones, sound designer, who shares his experience on field recording. According to Jones, field recording can be a great venue to begin when creating a material and believes on the electro-acoustic philosophy that acoustic recordings are spectrally the richest, thus the better sources to be process. He notes that contact mics are have good performance for field recording since it works on vibration only.


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