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Which key flips the "rack" around the back?
Tab
What type of device is the "Subtractor"?
Polyphonix analog-style SYNTHESIZER
What type of device is the "NN-XT"?
a SAMPLER that provides modification for sampling patches.
What type of device is the "Scream 4"?
DISTORTION
What type of device is the "Redrum"?
a drum step SEQUENCER that allows for the creation of custon drum kits as well as patterns.
What type of device is the "RV7000?"
ADVANCED REVERB
What does it mean when an insert effect button is yellow?
Bypass
What does it mean when an insert effect button is blue?
Turned on
What does it mean if the EQ button on the mixer is green?
Working
What is the keyboard shortcut key for the mixer in Cubase SX 3.0
F3
What is MIDI?
Musical Instrument Digital Interface
What is the relationship between MIDI and audio?
Machine language triggers audio, which allows playback.
Which MIDI port is designed to receive MIDI messages?
MIDI-In
Which MIDI port is designed to send MIDI messages?
MIDI-Out
What is a MIDI device?
It sends or receives MIDI messages.
What is MIDI?
Musical Instrument Digital Interface
What is the relationship between MIDI and audio?
Machine language triggers audio, which allows playback.
Which MIDI port is designed to receive MIDI messages?
MIDI-In
Which MIDI port is designed to send MIDI messages?
MIDI-Out
What is a MIDI device?
It sends or receives MIDI messages.
How many channels of information can MIDI send at one time?
16 Channels
What is a sequencer?
A piece of software or DAW that sounds a performance and when played-back it the same-multitracking.
Which MIDI message is used to start sound playback from a device?
Note on
Which MIDI message is used to adjust parameters such as volume, panning, sends in real time?
Continuous Controller Data
In lecture, the course director discussed a new protocol that might be a successor to MIDI. What is the protocol called?
mLan
What is the GM specs?
16 Channels; 128 Instrument Definitions
What was the name of the protocol that provided the basic building blocks of MIDI?
Universal Synth Interface
What are the names of the individuals that were most responsible for the creation of MIDI?
Dave Smith (Sequential Circuits); Ikutaro Kakehashi (Roland)
What is an Alternate Controller?
Anything besides a MIDI keyboard that trigges MIDI.
Dynamic=
Distortion
What is the GM specs?
16 Channels; 128 Instrument Definitions
What was the name of the protocol that provided the basic building blocks of MIDI?
Universal Synth Interface
What are the names of the individuals that were most responsible for the creation of MIDI?
Dave Smith (Sequential Circuits); Ikutaro Kakehashi (Roland)
What is an Alternate Controller?
Anything besides a MIDI keyboard that trigges MIDI.
Dynamic=
Distortion
Frequency=
EQ
Modulation=
Flanger, Chorus
Time Based=
Delay, Reverb
What is Signal Flow?
Order in which signal passes thrugh different pieces of gear.
What is gain staging?
Fine tuning the volume between pieces of audio gear.