American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. One that records sound electronically, as for films or at concerts.
- n. A person who makes sound recordings
“Her career began with work as a sound recordist on other films after she ran away from her home in Pennsylvania coal-country to New York at age 16.”
“Wildlife sound recordist Chris Watson summed up the same experience more succinctly as "hell".”
“TV Guide Magazine: For many years now, your real day job finds you working in TV sitcoms as a sound recordist.”
“Two days previously, in Nature, we heard from the sound recordist Chris Watson, who has created an audio piece inspired by a Constable painting.”
“The recordings featured in Music from India were all recorded by the recordist and ethnomusicologist, Rolf Killius, as part of a collaborative project between Rolf, The British Library and the Horniman Museum.”
“Calling Chris a sound recordist is a bit like saying George Best could kick a ball about, or Michelangelo was handy with a paintbrush.”
“Travelling with a producer, and sometimes a sound recordist, Kershaw visited four African countries in eight days last month after taking a fortnight to sample the Solomon Islands and Papua New Guinea.”
“Sam Panthaky/AFP/Getty Images The film '3 Idiots' was also awarded with the 'Best Audiography' award that was won by Anup Dev, re-recordist of the final mixed track, and Swanand Kirkire who won the award for the 'Best Lyrics' for the song "Behti Hawa Sa Tha Woh … … … … …".”
“In what must be the biggest news ever broken by a sound recordist in history, Oscar winner Resul Pookutty has revealed that that Joaquin Phoenix is set to return to the world of acting.”
“The Mumbai Mirror via The Playlist recently spoke with sound recordist Resul Pookutty who said, I couldn't be happier because I am doing a period film.”
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