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RecW Core Final

compressor reduce the dynamic range of signal. turn down the louds, bring up the lows
Limiter compressors with high ratios
threshold the level at which compression begins
ratio the difference between how much volume exceeds the input and how much the output is produced
gain reduction how much volume the compressor has taken.
output compressor setting that compensates for the gain reduction
attack the time it takes for the compressor to react
release the time it takes for the compressor to cease gain reduction after the signal has dropped back below the threshold
knee how the compressor engages the audio as its volume rises toward and over the threshold
expander used to increase dynamic range
gate it turns volume down all the way so theres no output below threshold
range the maximum amount that the expander is allowed to turn the signal down.
summing amp an active combining network is also known as?
frequency response of human hearing 20hz to 20khz
inline console input, output and monitor section in same module
headphones are always pre
effects are always post
mics that require phantom power condenser
Multitrack mode that that allows you to listen to live signal but doesn't allow playback all input
cardiod unidirectional polar pattern
a discrete/seperate delay 100 ms
flanging moving comb filter
reverb dense reflections/repititions
mechanical reverb spring and plate
spaced pair two omnidirectional mics
decca tree three omnidirectional mics
binaural baffle
X/Y 2 cardiods 90 degrees
stereosonic (blumlien) 2 birectional 90 degrees
Middle side 1 cardiod 2 birdirectional
SMPTE society of motion pictures and television engineers
LTC linear time code
VTC video interval timecode
sampling rate frequency response
bit depth dynamic range
Foley human sound effects
DI boxes high to low impedance
passive DI box transformer
active DI box requires phantom power
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