Sound and Picture

Kenny, Tom
April 2009
Mix;Apr2009, Vol. 33 Issue 4, p8
The author reflects on the development of technology in putting sound to picture in 2009. He asserts that it was stimulated by the website, YouTube, that Flip high-definition video recorders for less than $200 and consumes content online. He says that there are also Webisodes, short films, homegrown music videos and live streaming from music festivals which all have sound. He adds that the demand for rich media has created a demand for new tools from production to distribution.


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