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Boom! 15. Februar 2013
Von Grilch - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
I wussed out and checked this book out of my local library so I figure I at least owe Ric a positive review. I'm a total noob DIY film hobbyist who been noticing how truly awful my sound is. What's sad it that I'm an fairly experienced recording engineer. It's clear to me now that location sound is a totally different ball game. This book is absolutely loaded with very practical tips and techniques. So many film books are written by "professors" and "instructors" with only a few credits to their name. If Ric Viers isn't an experienced journeyman, he's doing a amazing job of concealing it. I just needed some basic points about mics and techniques and sure got them but there's quite a lot of valuable advice for those who are more career-oriented. Sure, he uses humor but this book means business. The chapter on the film business and working on a set should be priceless to freelancers in any number of creative fields. And best of all, the author doesn't pretend that his book tells you everything you need to know. There's no substitute for real experience. Bravo.
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Great informational book! 18. Januar 2013
Von Bob Stephen - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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This read is a no brainer for people in the location sound field looking to brush up or renforce their knowledge. Very easy read, not overly complex. The only reason I did not give the book five stars is the lack of information on lav placement and mounting techniques. I understand that audio from the boom will always give the best and most realistic perspective, but most work I do in the field heavily relies on the use of lav mics.

Overall a must read for film pros.
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Excellent! 21. Juni 2014
Von Brett H. - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I am a professional sound mixer, Ric rocks this subject. Almost every experience I have encountered on my 'sharp learning curve' is in this book, fantastic read and extremely important for anybody who is thinking about getting into location audio and a funny read for those who are already experienced, love this book!!
Highly recommended for the non-sound professional, hobbyist, or filmmaker just starting out. 17. Juni 2014
Von ScottoR - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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Ric Viers has a very inviting, laid back writing style. While this book may contain much the same information you'd find in a textbook, he wrote it as if he were having a pleasant conversation about location sound with the reader. That makes this otherwise dry material a real page turner.

I would say that this is a must-read for anyone aspiring to a job as a "sound guy" in the film industry. I'd also recommend it to non-audio film and video professionals so that they can get up to speed on what their colleagues in sound are doing and why.

If you're a video blogger or a video making hobbyist like me, I would not only recommend this book, but I'd say it's your duty to pick up a copy. The techniques in this book apply just as well to the affordable (read: cheap) equipment that we all know and love as they do to the high-end gear used in the film industry. I can almost guarantee you'd be better off buying a mic that's $15 cheaper and putting that extra cash towards this book.

The book is also from 2012. That means that it discusses equipment that's still current, and that you can buy today (oftentimes right here on Amazon -- but they didn't pay me to say that).

My only gripe is so minor that the review doesn't even lose a star: Ric does often repeat himself on certain points. It's probably intentional reiteration to ensure that the reader hasn't missed a key element, however it's noticeable to the point of "breaking the fourth wall". If books had walls. It may not be the best metaphor, but there you have it.

I bought the paperback version rather than the digital. The quality of the printing is overall high. The cover has a nice matte feel to it, and inside the paper stock is thick but not problematically so. There are plenty of illustrations and images, but not so many that you'd feel cheated at having bought a picture book.

All in all, a great read!
Lots of knowledge to be gained by reading this book. 10. Juni 2014
Von Forris B. Day - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format: Taschenbuch
Most video or film people will tell you it is usually a project to get good audio when out in the field. Out in the field means NOT in a studio. In a studio you have greater control of what you are recording but out in the field you have lots of things to contend with such a animal sounds, airplanes, cars and people. These elements can make getting that news sound bite or interview with the star of a film a very difficult proposition but with a little know-how and the right equipment you can get professional sound in just about any field application.

Ric Viers who authored “The Sound Effects Bible” now has another book called “The Location Sound Bible – How to Record Professional Dialog in Film and TV”. The book covers a lot of ground. He explains the many different microphones available and discusses the different pick-up patterns. You will now know which mic is best for the field recording you are doing. Should the mic be on a boom, a stand, hand-held or hidden in plant? It is all covered early on in the book

I've used a boom mic for several years on the indie films I work on and I was actually surprised to learn some terms for the various movements of a boom mic such as “follow”, “swing” and “cue”. It surprised me because I never even knew there was proper terminology for the use of a boom mic and now I among the informed. I will probably use this information on the next film I work on. People will think I'm either really smart or really annoying and nerdy. It's the little things in life that excite me.

Around the middle of the book there is a section on using a slate on a film. I found that very informative as I sometimes think people just use a slate because it looks cool as opposed to actually using it to help sync audio. Viers also goes into using a sound report which is a sheet of paper to track the audio for the editor. You mark what is good, what is bad and any other bits of information that may be useful in post. Good stuff. I really learned quite a lot.

As in Viers other book he teaches you how to create a sound package of equipment on various budgets, only this time for field recording. Good information on set etiquette is included and can be applied to anyone, not just sound people. Also discussed is getting work in the business. How much to charge and places you can start looking to find work in the industry.

Viers gives us the one-two punch with his “Sound Effects Bible” and now his “Location Sound Bible”. A must read for anyone who wants to be in the business of capturing sound in the field or any filmmaker who wants to know how to improve the quality of their movie. I recommend getting both books for your reference library.

Review copy supplied by MWP.
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