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Veteran sound recordist breaks down recording sound for film | The Process

By Guardian Exclusive
01 May 2021   |   10:00 am
Veteran sound recordist, Pius Fatoke breaks down recording sound for films on The Process this week. Pius Fatoke is one of the best hands in the Nigerian TV and film industry, having worked locally and internationally providing service for organizations like; MNET, MTV Base, Channel O, Rapid Blue Format, Ebonylife TV.

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