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15 Cards in this Set

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Transferring sound electronically from source to source
Will work with audio source and in real time.
Visual representation of sound or an audio file. It doesnt go straight because its a complex waveform, not like a puretone.
The process of rearranging, correcting and assembling a finished product
In and Out Point
IN: where the edit begins
OUT: where the edit ends
Ad-lib fact sheet use for live commercial delivery
In descending order from fact sheet
Hardwiring (Hardwired)
Linked to another studio, its already hooked up.
Normaling (Normaled)
This is hardwires term.
Combo Operation
One person is both announcer and engineer
Sound treatment in the production studio including
window design, carpet and wall coverings
Windows are double panes and angled.
Dead & live acoustic space
Dead: NO sound reflections.
Live: Lots of reflections.
Characteristics of production music & SFX libraries
categorized by genre, gender, tempo and music
Hand signals from class & text
Pointing: ur on the air
Puppet hand: give me a level
Finger through throat: kill mic
Sube a mi nube: wrap it up
Streching arms: strech
two index finger crossed: 30 sec.
Fist: ended
Dry and Wet
Dry: Less reflections, sound is only direct.

Wet: Hits some surface, and then comes to ur ear.
3 to 1 ratio
2 mics need to be 3 times the distance from each other that they are from the person speaking.