Use Chapter 16 of your book to find the answers to the following questions.

1. When a producer signs a “buyout” contract with a sound effects library publisher, this means the producer has: (p. 341)
a. limited, noncopyright-cleared usage
b. limited, copyright-cleared usage
c. unlimited, noncopyright-cleared usage
d. unlimited, copyright-cleared usage

2. In comparing prerecorded sound effects to live recorded effects, the major advantage of the prerecorded variety is: (p. 341)
a. ambience
b. timing
c. the dynamics
d. convenience

3. There are some important precautions in making tape loops. Of the following, which is not one? (p. 344)
a. tape length no longer than a few feet
b. don’t play it too long
c. play it in the same head-to-tail relationship
d. none of the above

4. Live sound effects are recorded in three ways. Which is not one? (p. 345)
a. Foleyed
b. on set at the shoot
c. from a sound library
d. directly from the source, either during or between productions

5. Although the type of footwear would affect the sound of a footstep, the sex of the person producing the effect should not influence the sound. (p. 345)
a. true
b. false

6. Directors who prefer sonic realism over control would probably choose the Foley stage for sound effects. (p. 345)
a. true
b. false

7. The key to collecting successful live effects in the field is making sure that the recorded effect: (p. 346)
a. is authentic
b. sounds like what it is supposed to be
c. is in proper perspective relative to the picture
d. is recorded mono-compatible

8. Sampling is a process whereby digital audio data representing a sonic event is
stored on disk or into a memory. (p. 353)
a. true
b. false

9.Contextual sound emanates from and duplicates a sound as it is.: (p.337)
a. true
b. false

10. Narrative sound adds more to a scene than what is apparent.
a. true
b. false