sound filmstrip

sound filmstrip

[′sau̇nd ′film‚strip]
(engineering acoustics)
A filmstrip that has accompanying sound on a separate disk or tape, which is manually or automatically synchronized with projection of the pictures in the strip.
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Our friendly AV guy had this cubbyhole office where he had the latest in AV equipment like the sound filmstrip projector, the 35mm camera, I think even a Polaroid camera, phonograph players, and other dazzling stuff.
For every item in the works-cited list, it calls for a specified designation of the medium of publication, such as print, film, videocassette, DVD, Web, radio, address, PDF file, MP3 file, e-mail, and sound filmstrip.
She started with the AP in New York in 1965, and for three years wrote and produced educational sound filmstrips.
Sound filmstrips about various cultures were shown.
high school using comic book and audiocassette versions of the "War and Words" story and sound filmstrips with work journals for sentence and paragraph writing.