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ART REVIEW
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  1. WHAT IS VCA? AND WHAT DOES IT DO?
    A:) (Voltage controlled amp.)- an amplifier that is controlled by voltage, which allows you to vary the gain of an amp by an external D.C. voltage. Typically 0-5 V.
  2. WHAT ARE 4 DIFFERENT MODES OF AUTOMATION?
    A:) off, read, write, latch, touch....
  3. WHAT ARE TWO MODES OF "UPDATE AUTOMATION" IN TYPICAL DAW'S?
    A:) read, write, touch, latch, off, bypass.
  4. WHAT IS RECORD SAFE?
    A:) locks out a track from being record enabled.
  5. WHAT DOES TRACK VIEW DO?
    A:) views a graphical representation of the automatable parameters.
  6. WHAT IS THE "PLUG IN SAFE" BUTTON?
    A:) locks out plug in automation from being written over, or even written.
  7. WHAT ARE SNAPSHOTS?
    A:) record or save all the automatable parameters at a specific location or time.
  8. WHAT IS SMOOTHING?
    A:) thins out or removes excess break points after a manual automation write.
  9. WHAT IS A BREAKPOINT?
    A:) dot representing a single automative move.
  10. WHAT IS AUTOMATCH TIME?
    A:) time it takes for the fader to return to the previous point after a write in "touch" mode.
  11. CAN YOU NAME TWO MAJOR DIFFERENCES BETWEEN PRO TOOLS AND LOGIC AUTOMATION?
    A:) Logic does not have touch, latch, or trim mode.
  12. WHAT ARE 3 MAIN WAYS THAT DAW CONTROLLERS ARE SET UP TO COMMUNICATE WITH THE DAW SOFTWARE?
    A:) eithernet, USB, MIDI, firewire.
  13. IS THE C24 ETHERNET OR MIDI BASED?
    A:) Ethernet
  14. CAN YOU CHANGE THE FLOBAL AUTOMATION ON THE C24?
    A:) yes you can.
  15. OTHER THAN PRO TOOLS, WHAT DAW APPS, ARE COMPATIBLE WITH THE C24?
    A:) none...
  16. WHAT IS BPM? AND WHAT IS IT USED FOR?
    A:) (beats per minute)... used to set up the grids to aid in timing of performances.
  17. DEFINE A MUSICAL MEASURE/BAR, AND GIVE AN EXAMPLE OF A TIME SIGNATURE...
    A:) is a segmant made up of a given number of beats. examples are 4/4, 3/4, 5/4... something over 4 or something over 8...
  18. WHAT IS FOH?
    A:) (front of house)... the main mixing location for a theatre or auditorium etc. where the main house sound is mixed from.
  19. WHAT IS THE DIFF. BETWEEN AN IN-LINE OR SPLIT CONSOLE?
    A:) split consoles have dedicated tape returns.
  20. WHAT DO THE MONITOR ENGINEERS DO?
    A:) mixes the stage monitor for the performers on stage.
  21. WHAT IS AFL?

    WHAT IS PFL?
    AFL- (after fader listen)

    PFL- (pre fader listen)
  22. WHAT IS A SUB MIX, OR A STEM?
    A:) mix of several components of a more complex mix used to reduce the total number of active tracks.
  23. WHAT IS HEADROOM?
    A:) the difference between the nominal operating level of a device and the maximum lecal before clipping... ZERO
  24. HOW MANY DECIBLES OF HEAD ROOM DO YOU HAVE IN DIGITAL RECORDING?
    A:) NONE...
  25. WHAT IS A HARMONIC EXCITER?
    A:) aural exciter or artificially adds upper harmonics to a track, upper freq, upper harmonics...

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