The Programme Effects Generator
The first part of this monograph outlines the methods usually employed for inserting sound effects and other recorded material into sound and television programmes and sketches the basic considerations which settled the design of a new type of equipment that has been developed for this purpose, the Programme Effects Generator. This is followed by a general description of the device and its use in the programme production. The monographs concludes with some details of the mechanism used.
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