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Audio Concepts 108 - DAW Studio Setup and Design.
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A Project Studio's monitoring environment (speakers & room) is
not as good as a good pair of headphones
unimportant for most audio/music production
the least important aspect of a studio
critical to getting good-sounding recordings and mixes
A plug-in that responds to MIDI data by playing instrument sounds (notes) is
a Virtual Instrument
a virtual dynamics processor
a MIDI-controlled effect processor
a virtual DAW
When a mix includes live audio playing back from an external instrument
it must be bounced offline (faster-than-realtime)
it cannot be bounced at all
it must be bounced in realtime
it cannot be bounced in a DAW
Most DAWs can handle
audio and MIDI recording but not editing
only MIDI recording
audio and MIDI recording and editing
only audio recording
The practice of using a brickwall Limiter to make a master as loud as possible is called
Recording a new track while playing along with pre-recorded tracks is called
A small DAW-based audio/music production facility is referred to as a
Post Production Studio
Replacing a section of a recording with a new performance on-the-fly is called
Two types of synchronization to lock DAWs and external sequencers are
MIDI Time Code (MTC) and MIDI Beat Clock
Word Clock and Atomic Clock
Timebase and Codebase
Time-Shift and Pitch-Shift
A chain of analog processors that a mic's signal is run through when recording is
an analog "Front-End"
an analog plug-in chain
an analog "Back End"
a digital plug-in chain
DAW is an acronym for
Digital Analog Wavetable
Dry And Wet
Doubled Audio Waveform
Digital Audio Workstation
The three most popular high-end DAWs (arguably) are
Notator, Creator, and Logic
Pro Tools, Logic, and Ableton Live
Audacity, GarageBand, and Notator
Pro Tools, FL Studio, and Digital Performer
Mixing "in-the-box" refers to
using a reverb simulation of a square room
mixing in headphones (the "box")
using a DAW's virtual mixer and plug-in processors
using only analog hardware in a real room (the "box")
The two most common computer connections for DAW Interfaces are
USB and Thunderbolt
Thunderbolt and SCSI
XLR and TRS
USB and ADB
A MIDI recording contains
Performance data (notes, controllers) but no audio
Audio data and Note data
Performance data (notes, controllers) and audio waveforms
Audio and Video data
A DAW's RAM Buffer may introduce a delay during recording called
In most DAWs an Instrument Track records
The two types of computer disks for DAW production are
HDD and SSD
SCSI and ADB
Floppy Disk and Hard Disk
Vinyl Disc and Magnetic Disk
Assembling bits & pieces of several Takes into a final "performance" is called
An efficient way to insert an analog processor in a virtual mixer is
a set of analog SPDIF/ADAT optical cables
an i/o plug-in
to use a digital processor instead
a third-party processor plug-in
Audio Concepts 108
DAW Studio Setup and Design
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