Copyright law, the Hobbit and audio recording

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Published by:
Steve Hart
Standard / 8.25" x 10.75"
20 pages Saddle-stitched
audio, copyright, filmmaking, hobbit, music, sound, video

New Zealand felt like the centre of the universe as we watched The Hobbit debacle unfold. It’s all sorted now, but what a story. Read our take on it. In this packed edition we take a look at copyright, what it means, why we have it and how to avoid the dreaded lawyers’ letter from landing in your letter box. Gary Foster, drawing on his wide experience covering TV interviews in the States, shows us the way when it comes to speaking with people on camera – so that you get the footage you need and everyone leaves feeling happy. Sound recordist Ande Schurr offers up a bag full of tips & tricks to help you get the best audio on set. And we give the last work to Mitch Santell who is keen to promote the benefits of Skype as the perfect free tool to keep everyone in your team organised and up to speed. Happy shooting!

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