Irt review

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  1. explain sub-mixing and the benefits
    the creation of musical stems to consolidate track counts
  2. should we make headphone mixes pre or post fader?explain
    pre fader;so the control room monitor fades dont change the send levels
  3. explain parallel processing
    using aux as an effects sends and returns to blend the effected and dry signals
  4. time based effects should be used as a parallel effect
  5. the decaying room ambience after a sound is known as
  6. name 3 ways reverb is created
    naturally, electro-mechanically,and digitally
  7. name three type of cables found in the studio
    xlr,1/4,and tt balanced/unbalanced
  8. what is reverb with a gate added at the output
    gated reverb
  9. what configuration should a mic pre be wired as
  10. what configuration should the direct outs be wired as
    half normalled
  11. what configuration should your outboard gear/efects be wired as
  12. what is the term for the time it takes room ambience to reach -60db
  13. what is the parameter called when the output of an effect is sent back into the input
  14. what is the unwanted bi-product for using an extremely short delay time
  15. a sound superimposedon itself when small changes in delay and/or time is known as
  16. a sound superimposed on itself with drastic changes to pitch and time/delay
  17. what is it called when an individual sound with close to the timbre and nearly the same pitch are percieved as one
  18. what parameter of an effect will follow the dynamics of the incoming signal
    envelope follower
  19. what monitoring mode should you use when you want to monitor the incoming signal at all times when record enabled
    input only monitoring
  20. what monitoring should you use when you want to monitor the incoming signal only when recording is taking place
    auto input monitoring
  21. what does rtas stand for?what is it supported by
    pt le and hd
  22. what is tdm?what does it stand for?
    time division multiplexing:Pt hd only
  23. what do we call it when a complex waveform has phase issues at some frequencies but other are untouched
    comb filtering
  24. what mode saves old data and creates a new file
    normal/non destructive recording
  25. what mode records over old data,replcing the old audio files and cannot be undone
    destructive recording
  26. the specified amount of time you set playback to start before your cursor selction is
    pre-roll time
  27. what is AUand what is it supported by
    (AUDIO UNITS)it is supported by a large number of audio application cubase sonar logic etc
  28. what is save as used for
    to save a session under a new name and location
  29. what is save a copy in used for
    to save a session under a new name and location as well as a different version of the application
  30. what will take all or multiple regions/files currently on a track and create a region/audio file
  31. what does TCE stand for and what does it do
    time compression expansion:used to compress or expanda regions time without changing the pitch pitch of the signal
  32. what is the purpose side chaning or external keying
    the use of the dynamics from one sound source to control a dynamic effect such as a gate or compressor on another sound source
  33. what does the identify synch point command aloww you to do
    allows you to place a point anywhere in a region and place that selected point to a grid
  34. give the procedure for creating a parallel reverb effect send with within a DAW
    • 1)create a stereo aux
    • 2)create a stereo send,on selected stereo track, to an available stereo buss
    • 3)set the input of the aux to the selected buss
    • 4)put a stereo reverb on the insert of the stereo aux and set level into mix as desired
  35. what is a CENT when referring to pitch shifters and pitch correctors
    1/100th of a semitone;there are 12 semitone per octave
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