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AudioPedia 105 - Recording and Monitoring.
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The "monitoring environment" refers to…
the sound of the monitor speakers and the effect of the room itself
the thermostat that controls the studio's AC
the ambient temperature in the control room
A cue mix is…
a mix made for final approval from the executive producer
a musician's headphone mix for recording & tracking
a mix tape of several different songs
Studio monitor speakers must have…
a neutral, flat frequency response
at minimun 15" woofers
Balanced cables offer the benefit of…
using fewer wires than unbalanced cables
rejecting hum & interference
using smaller connectors
Impedance is measured in…
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supply signals to the musicans' heaphones
connect mics in the live room to the console or interface in the control room
provide for talkback from the control room to the live room
A DI Box is an alternative to…
a headphone distribution box
a chorus or flanger pedal
a dedicated Instrument input on an interface
When an overload occurs during recording…
the audio is automatically silenced momentarily
the tops & bottoms of the audio waves are clipped
the recording is automatically aborted
VU meters show…
peak levels only
Talkback allows for communication between…
two different studios both working on the same project
the engineer & producer
the control room & the live room
Overdubbing refers to…
recording new tracks while monitoring already-recorded tracks
adding effects onto an already-recorded track
blending multiple tracks in the mixing stage
Professional balanced audio connections use…
RCA or TS cables
MIDI DIN cables
XLR or TRS cables
Instrument-level inputs are specifically meant for…
dynamic instrument microphones
electric guitars & basses
places the monitors about three feet from the sweet spot
requires locally-manufactured monitor speakers
refers to headphones that sit on but don’t surround the ears
sets the height of the monitors' tweeters more or less at ear level
sets the loudness of the monitors' tweeters at their highest level
refers to headphones that seal around the ears
In near field monitoring, the speakers should be about how far from the listener for them to help overcome other room reflections?
In a studio control room, the "Sweet Spot"…
the place in the room with the strongest bass
is the primary listening position
the spot in the room with the best sightlines to the live room
For recording, the best type of headphones are…
Recording and Monitoring
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