Audiography is to sound as photography is to light.
Audiography is the use of audio recording equipment and techniques to capture, edit, preserve and distribute a variety of sounds, such as soundscapes, life stories, oral histories, family tales, or creative audio works such as documentaries, etc.
It encompasses a wide range of sound recording contexts, from commercial or entertainment activities to radio journalism to personal audio diaries. TSVP's focus is on quality audio. That's why we use professional-level audiographic equipment.
Our fully digital recorders are specifically designed for mobility and field recording, as well as studio-grade performance. Our standard recording quality meets industry CD standards (44.1kHz, 16 bit), but we are also able to record in HD (high-definition up to 96kHZ, 32 bit) where fidelity is required.
We use a combination of Zoom Audio and MXL voice specific condenser mics, as well as industry standard Sure dynamic microphones during our recordings.