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National Association of Broadcasters Engineering Handbook, 11th Edition by Garrison C. Cavell

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Chapter4.4

In-Studio Audio Recording for Radio and TV

Rich Rarey

Rareworks LLC

Washington, DC

Jeff Brugger

Turner Studios

Atlanta, GA

This chapter covers techniques for in-studio recording for radio and television broadcasting. Some techniques are similar or identical between the radio and television mediums, but in other cases, specific methods vary. Because of this differentiation, studio recording techniques for the two mediums are covered separately and sequentially here, with radio presented first.

In-Studio Audio Recording for Radio

Since the beginning of broadcasting, there has been a need for in-studio production. Whether it was a daytime AM station using its main control room for commercial production after signoff, or a full-time AM/FM ...

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