Definition of recordist in English:

recordist

Syllabification: re·cord·ist
Pronunciation: /riˈkôrdist
 
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noun

A person who makes recordings, especially of sound: a sound recordist
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  • As such, sound recordists use shotgun microphones to eliminate any other noise on the set and capture the actors' voices alone, as cleanly as possible.
  • Filming in this way is actually far less invasive and intrusive, particularly for young children, than filming with cameramen, sound recordists and crew around them.
  • For sound, the sound recordist had to haul around a portable suitcase-sized recorder, which weighed about 50 pounds.

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