RCA Sound Recording

RCA Sound Recording

Photophone (procédé sonore)

Page d'aide sur l'homonymie Pour les articles homonymes, voir Photophone.

Le Photophone est le nom d'un des quatre principaux procédés d'enregistrement sonore mono signal qui sont apparus au début de l'industrie du cinéma aux Etats-Unis à la fin des années 1920. Celui-ci est le procédé développé et déposé par RCA.


  • Coe, Brian, The History of Movie Photography, Westfield, NJ, Eastview Editions (1981), ISBN 0-89860-067-7.
  • Enticknap, Leo, Moving Image Technology: From Zoetrope to Digital, London, Wallflower Press (2005), ISBN 1-904764-06-1.
  • Gomery, Douglas, The Coming of Sound, London & New York, Routledge (2005), ISBN 0-415-96901-8.

Voir aussi

  • Portail du cinéma Portail du cinéma
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