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Re: Tips For Talking to the Press?

Subject: Re: Tips For Talking to the Press?
From: madl74
Date: Tue Jun 3, 2014 5:20 pm ((PDT))
> Do we have an equivalent term for photo bombing for sound recording?


No, but it was often a problem when I was trying to take a matching
background "buzz track" on a location film shoot. The theory is that
everything stays the same and in the same place in order to get a matching=

track. Just asking for silence mucks up the buzz track. For instance, you
can often tolerate a passing plane as long as it doesn't suddenly "stop
dead" on an edit.

With field recording, sometimes people come up and ask what you are doing,=

and it is sometimes difficult not to be abrupt. They then tell their friend=
what you are doing, and can they keep quiet as well, and so on.  :-(

How about "Buzz bombing"?

David Brinicombe

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