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``Was that rifle shot supposed to sound like a bazooka?'' - Dan Afonso, WPI technical theatre personality, commenting on one of the author's sound effects for a production.

Figure 6.1: The audio equipment used to produce the sound for the 1995 WPI Masque production of Shakespeare's King Henry V. A 32-channel mixing board, a multi-track cassette deck, a computer-automated mixer/matrix, a digital sampler, and outboard effects gear were among the many pieces of equipment used for the production. Most of the audio cues were automated using a custom computer software and hardware solution designed in part by the author.


Steve Richardson 2000-07-06

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