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What are Four Edit Modes In Pro Tools?
Shuffle, Spot, Slip, Grid
What are pro tools automation modes HD/TDM?
Touch,Read,Write,Trim,Off,Latch
Using Smart tool cross fades between two regions are what?
Accessed at the top between 2 regions
In Pro Tools name a function that you can perform in the edit window that cant be done in the mix window?
Edit Audio Regions
The 2 main windows in Pro Tools?
Mix and Edit
In Pro tools what tool do you use to make volume changes to the entire track in the volume automation display(or a section if its highlighted)
Trimmer
When recording mode is activated to punch in on a track u must have on what mode
Quick Punch
Which of the following is NOT a group display
A.Bounce
B.Mix and Edit
C.Mix
C.Edit
D.All above are mix groups
A. Bounce
What is TDM
Time Division Multiplexing
The Playback engine on pro tools system determines what?
Number of allocated voices & DSP'S
When you cross fade between regions with the cross fade tool what happens?
A fade file is created and placed in the fade files folder
Memory Locations/Markers can do
A. Store Locator info
B. Store zoom settings
C. Store track height
D. Selections
E. All of the above
E. All of the above
Which edit mode allows you to tyoe in time code or bar #(used primarly for posy production
Spot
How many sends are available in pro tools LE/HD
10
How do you select a new playlist in Pro Tools for mulitple takes in recorded into the same track
Select New..from menu (the double arrow) directly to the right of track in edit window
You can apply changes to all tracks usuing what shortcut?
holding the alt/option
To apply changes to selected tracks ONLY hold?
Hold shift/option
To solo Isolate a track _ click on corresponding solo
Command/Apple
How many bussed are available in PT 7 HD/LE
HD-128 LE-32
Up to what sample rate does PT 7 support
192KHz
Which of the following sample rates does Mbox 2 support?
A. 44.1 KHz
B. 48 KHz
C. 88.2 KHz
D. 99 KHz
A&B
shortcut between windows in PT
command/apple +
With tab to transient turned off pressing the tab key will do and Turned On
OFF- Advance cursor to the next region boundary, ON-Goes to next region
What are the main Time Lines available in PT LE/HD
LE- Min/Sec, Samples, Bars/Beats,
HD-Feet and Frames, Time code,
Min/Sec, Samples, Bars/Beats,
True or False
Can Groups be used to show/hide Tracks?
True
What is one benefit of SCSI hard drives over USB2 hard drives
The data transfer rate is faster
What is the greatest benefit of a TDM system
It allows you expand the processing power to meet your needs
Pro Tools LE systems:
A. Use the hardware interface to perform all the processing
B.Only work with laptops
C.Use a DSP core card perform all the processing
D.Use the CPU of the computer perform all the processing
E.Are Stand alone systems
C.Use a DSP core card perform all the processing
Regions and Playlists are common to what type of editing?
Non Destructive
The number of voices on a host based system determines
The number of audio streams you can and record & playback simultaneously
What are the three types of hard disk recording systems?
Standard, Stand Alone, and Host Based
When using a digital console with a hard disk recorder via a digital connection you should ensure that ______ is also connected.
Word Clock
Ripples occur after an antialiasing filter in the A/D process because of
Inconsistent phase relationships due to the limits of steep analog filters
Defragmenting your audio drives
Decreases seek time
The Audio Engine on a Host Based system?
A.Determines the processing power of your system
B.Accelerates processor speed
C.Manages the audio files between the software and hardware as well as DSP functions
C. Manages the audio files between the software and hardware as well as DSP functions
Host based systems that utilize PCI cards for processing
A.Tend to have difficulties converting audio because the mix functions use a lot of the PCI bus
B.Increase latency time
C.Cannot use the PCI bus for other purposes
D.Can generally perform more DSP functions than those that do not
E.Require more RAM to be allocated to the audio software
D. Can generally perform more DSP functions than those that do not
Increasing the buffer size of a host based system?
Increases playback performance and latency
S/PDIF and AES/EBU digital signals do NOT contain sync information?
True or False
False
TDM systems rely on what to ensure the integrity of the digital bit word?
A.MTC
B.Ultra Wide SCSI
C.IDE system bus
D.Loop Sync
E.A high bit depth
D. Loop Sync
DSD is...
A.32 bit floating point resolution
B.128 bit resolution
C.2 bit resolution
D.1 bit resolution @ 2.884 Mhz
E.Uses the same modulation encoding as PCM
D.1 bit resolution @ 2.884 Mhz
TDM II Pro Tools system has how many time slots?
A.96
B.128
C.256
D.512
E.72
D.512
One advantage of SCSI over IDE is that?
SCSI shares the bandwidth between all devices, whereas IDE does not
An erroneous frequency produced by attempting to sample a frequency higher than half the sampling frequency is?
an Aliasing frequency
In most host based systems, adjusting the 'hardware buffer size' will...
A.allow less tracks to be played
B.allow more tracks to be streamed from disk
C.allow more processing power for DSP
D.increase latency
both C & D
A 'path' in Pro Tools I/O configuaration is
a logical grouping of multiple inputs, outputs, or busses would
RAID drive arrays can help with...
drive access times
Oversampling lowers the noise floor by _______ with every doubling of the sample frequency
- 6dB
Oversampling is an example of?
noise shaping
The Pro Tools mix bus is __________ bits
48
Each PCI card in a Pro Tools HD system can connect to how many HD interfaces?
2
The knobs on the ICON series are called
Rotary Encoders
In order to display and control any row of encoders using the ICON faders you would
Use Flip mode
Flop Mode....DOES WHAT?

A.Places the solos in AFL
B.Reverses the direction of the faders
C.Places any row of encoders on the bottom row of encoders for easy access
D.Is only used in conjunction with Flip mode at the beach
C.Places any row of encoders on the bottom row of encoders for easy access
B-M-P stands for?
Bypass Mute Pre
When the BLUE light on a Fader is light, what does it mean?
The Fader is in Custom Fader Mode
True or False: You can view Dynamics and EQ parameters on the channel strip encoders?
True
To view Dynamics or EQ parameters of a track...
A.Use the Focus Fader to display them in the center section
B.Press a lit Dyn or EQ button on the channel
C.Press the select button below the Dyn or EQ insert on the channel encoders
D.Use Custom Fader Plug-In Mode to display all the parameters in the Custom Fader banks encoders
E.All of the above
All of the above
To view the numeric value of an Encoders current setting...
Touch the Encoder
Which of the following can be assigned from the ICON control surface?
A.Inserts
B.Sends
C.Inputs
D.Outputs
All of the above
All of the above
To assign multiple instances of the same track to one Custom Fader View...
Hold shift while you press select as many times as you wish
Any method using two omni mics placed on either side of a baffle can be considered
stereo sonic
A.mid/side
B.XY
C.binaural
D.AB
C. Binaural
Of the following techniques which would be best for capturing the performance and audience response in a live event?
MS (mid set to cardioid)
A.XY
B.Blumlein
C.AB technique using cardioid patterns
D.C and D
B. Blumein
Phase cancellation can occur when 2 microphone signals are summed together, if the microphones are...
both set to omnidirectional
A.coincident
B.different distances from the sound source
C.different makes and models
on fire
B.different distances from the sound source
The binaural recording method often uses
A.a microphone with four capsules
B.a spaced pair of microphones
C.a coincident pair of mics angled straight at the sound source
D.the Decca Tree
E.a dummy head
E. a dummy head
The Blumlein method specifies which of the following?
A. A near coincident cardioid condenser and an omni condenser aimed outwardly at an angle of 110 degrees
B.Two coincident figure 8 condenser mics with their capsules angled 90 degrees to one another
C.A figure 8 and a cardioid condenser mic at 90 degree angle to each other, spaced 10 feet apart
D.Two coincident cardioid condenser mics aimed outwardly at an angle of 90 degrees
E.Two coincident figure 8 condenser mics offset by a 180 degree angle
B.Two coincident figure 8 condenser mics with their capsules angled 90 degrees to one another
The main advantage of the MS method over XY is
A. MS allows for remote control of side verses mid level
B.The XY method is not phase compatible
C.MS gives a better frequency response
D.MS is just one Mic
E.MS does not require a matched pair of microphones
A. MS allows for remote control of side verses mid level
The MS method requires the following polar patterns:
A.2 cardioid
B.2 omnidirectional
C.1 cardioid, 1 bidirectional
D.1 cardioid, 1 hypercardioid
E.2 bidirectional mics
C.1 cardioid, 1 bidirectional
The OSS method is most similar to which of the following methods?
A.Blumlein
B.Faulkner
C.Mid/Side
D.Binaural Dummy Head
E.Spaced Pair
D.Binaural Dummy Head
The phase reverse switch on the I/O module of the mixing console?
A.Reverses the phase of the signal by 90 degrees
B.Reverses the phase of the signal by 180 degrees
C.Reverses the phase of the signal by 270 degrees
D.Reverses the phase of the signal by 360 degree
E.Only works with condenser mics
D.Reverses the phase of the signal by 360 degree
The stereo miking method that requires decoding via a mixer or plug-in is?
A.MS
B.MD
C.XY
D.AB
E.SM
A.MS
The stereo miking method that uses a cardiod and a fig 8 pattern is?
A.MS
B.MD
C.XY
D.AB
E.SM
A. MS
The way we hear allows us to localize high frequency sounds by reacting to which of the following?
A.inter-aural intensity differences
B.inter-aural arrival time differences
C.inter-aural spectral differences
D.all of the above
E.none of the above
D.all of the above
The XY method uses which of the following polar patterns:
A.2 cardioid
B.2 omnidirectional
C.1 cardioid, 1 bidirectional
D.1 cardioid, 1 hypercardioid
E.2 bidirectional mics
A. 2 CARDIOID
When positioning 2 mics for the XY method, the capsules should be angled away from each other by?
A.60 to 90 degrees
B.90 to 130 degrees
C.90 to 180 degrees
D.60 to 120 degrees
E.120 to 180 degrees
B.90 to 130 degrees
When recording orchestras, accent mics are often used to raise the level of an instrument that is too soft. To keep that instrument in the proper perspective?
A.the phase of the microphone should be reversed
B.eq should be used
C.effects should be used to replicate the sound of the hall or venue
D.the mic must be less than 12 inches from the instrument
E.the microphone's signal should be delayed
E.the microphone's signal should be delayed
The stereo miking method that uses a cardiod and a fig 8 pattern is?
A.MS
B.MD
C.XY
D.AB
E.SM
A. MS
The way we hear allows us to localize high frequency sounds by reacting to which of the following?
A.inter-aural intensity differences
B.inter-aural arrival time differences
C.inter-aural spectral differences
D.all of the above
E.none of the above
D.all of the above
The XY method uses which of the following polar patterns:
A.2 cardioid
B.2 omnidirectional
C.1 cardioid, 1 bidirectional
D.1 cardioid, 1 hypercardioid
E.2 bidirectional mics
A. 2 CARDIOID
When positioning 2 mics for the XY method, the capsules should be angled away from each other by?
A.60 to 90 degrees
B.90 to 130 degrees
C.90 to 180 degrees
D.60 to 120 degrees
E.120 to 180 degrees
B.90 to 130 degrees
When recording orchestras, accent mics are often used to raise the level of an instrument that is too soft. To keep that instrument in the proper perspective?
A.the phase of the microphone should be reversed
B.eq should be used
C.effects should be used to replicate the sound of the hall or venue
D.the mic must be less than 12 inches from the instrument
E.the microphone's signal should be delayed
E.the microphone's signal should be delayed
When recording orchestras, accent mics are often used to raise the level of an instrument that is too soft. To keep that instrument in the proper perspective?
A.the phase of the microphone should be reversed
B.eq should be used
C.effects should be used to replicate the sound of the hall or venue
D.the mic must be less than 12 inches from the instrument
E.the microphone's signal should be delayed
E.the microphone's signal should be delayed
When positioning 2 mics for the XY method, the capsules should be angled away from each other by?
A.60 to 90 degrees
B.90 to 130 degrees
C.90 to 180 degrees
D.60 to 120 degrees
E.120 to 180 degrees
B.90 to 130 degrees
The XY method uses which of the following polar patterns:
A.2 cardioid
B.2 omnidirectional
C.1 cardioid, 1 bidirectional
D.1 cardioid, 1 hypercardioid
E.2 bidirectional mics
A.2 cardioid
The way we hear allows us to localize high frequency sounds by reacting to which of the following?
A.inter-aural intensity differences
B.inter-aural arrival time differences
C.inter-aural spectral differences
D.all of the above
E.none of the above
D.all of the above
The stereo miking method that uses a cardiod and a fig 8 pattern is?
A.MS
B.MD
C.XY
D.AB
E.SM
A. MS
When used with extremely wide sound sources, the Decca Tree calls for two additional?
A.helper mics
B.rigger (support) mics
C.spot mics
D.area mics
E.accent mics
B.rigger (support) mics
When using the AB technique what will happen if your microphones are too far apart?
you will get severe phase cancellations in the 4Khz to 8Khz range
A.you will get a hole in the center of your stereo image
B.you will get a better low frequency response
C.you will widen your stereo image
D.you will create a swirling vortex of death
A.you will get a hole in the center of your stereo image
When using the XY technique, if the included angle of the capsules (pointing away from each other) is too narrow?
A.you will get a hole in the center of your stereo image
B.you will end up with a mono siginal
C.you will get phase cancellations in the 300Hz - 400Hz range
D.you will have to phase reverse the left channel
E.A and B
B.you will end up with a mono siginal
Which method uses two omni mics separated by a sound absorbing disk?
A.OSS
B.Binaural Disk
C.N.O.S.
D.Blumlein
E.I.S.S
A. O.S.S
Which of the following is a coincident method?
A.AB
B.Blumlein
C.NOS
D.ORTF
E.None of the Above
B.Blumlein
Which of the following is an example of a near coincident technique?
A.MS
B.XY
C.AB
D.O.R.T.F.
E.A and D
D.O.R.T.F.
Which of the following techniques would allow you to independantly adjust the center and side images (after it has been recorded)?
A.MS
B.O.R.T.F.
C.N.O.S.
D.Faulkner
E.XY
A. M.S.
Which of the following techniques would have the best mono compatability?
A.AB
B.SASS
C.O.R.T.F.
D.MS
E.Decca Tree
D. MS
Which of the following was created and used by the French Broadcasting Organization?
A.NOS
B.AB
C.MS
D.ORTF
E.XY
D.ORTF
Which technique requires you to reverse the phase of one of the microphone siginals?
A.XY
B.Blumlein
C.MS
D.Binural
C. MS
Which technique uses only intensity differences to create it's stereo image?
A.AB
B.Coincident
C.Near coincident
D.Binaural
E.SASS
B.Coincident
Which technique would be best for capturing a performance in a room with good acoustics (a good sounding room), if you wanted to capture a lot of room with the mics?
A.XY
B.AB (cardioid)
C.AB (omni)
D.MS (mid set to cardioid)
E.None of the Above
B.AB (cardioid)
With an AB miking method, the polar patterns selected would depend on?
A.how much audience or ambience is desired
B.the sound characteristics to the sides of the mic
C.the sound characteristics behind the mic
D.all of the above
E.none of the above
D.all of the above
Two Types of Voltage?
• AC – Alternating Current
o US: 110v AC @ 60hz in home) UK: 50hz, 220-240hz
• DC – Direct Current
A Direct Box has a?
transformer
RCA is
unbalanced
Capacitance is measured?
Farads
V
IR is called ohms law
XLR Connector
Pin 1?
Pin 2?
Pin 3?
Grounds, Hot, Cold
Current (I)=
AMPS
Volts (V)
Volts
Capacitance=
Farads
Inductance=
Henry’s
Power =
WATTS
Resistance
Ohms
What is the power used in the circuit?
A.1.44 watts
B.0.03 watts
C.1.44 kilo-watts
D.0.03 mili-watts
A.1.44 watts
An accelerating magnetic field crossing a ________ induces a current.
A. reactance
B.capacitance
C.henry's
D.load
A. reactance
V = IR is known as?
Ohms law
The Amplitude of a sound wave is represented by what electronic measurement?
Voltage (V)
Resistance, or load, is measured in?
Ohms
The rate at which electrons are flowing is called what?
Current
To convert an instrument signal to a mic/line level signal you would use a ________ .
amplifier
A.a capacitor
B.a DI box
C.a mic cable
B.a DI box
Capacitance is measured in ?
farads
amps
henrys
french
farads
Filter=
Removes parts of the audio spectrum.
The difference between a limiter and a compressor is determined primarily by the following settings:
A.attack and release time
B.threshold and attack time
C.ratio, attack time, and threshold
D.ratio and the slope
E.threshold and release time
C.ratio, attack time, and threshold
Negative or BAD effects produced by improper compressor settings include?
A.phasing
B.limiting
C.CFS
D.pumping and breathing
E.ringing
Limiter
On most noise gates, the user can adjust the following things:
A.Threshold, attack, decay, phase
B.Attack, range, hold, delay time
C.Attack, release, make-up gain, threshold
D.Threshold, attack, hold, release, range
E.Threshold, ratio, attack, peak
D.Threshold, attack, hold, release, range
Sometimes we can reverse the effects of over compressing by using ____________?
A.a compressor with a ratio smaller than 1:1
B.an exciter
C.a phase reversal
D.a limiter
E.an equalizer
A.a compressor with a ratio smaller than 1:1
A Flangers operation is based on mixing a modulating delayed signal with the original signal. This delayed signal must be in the range of ______________.
1 to 10 milliseconds
A large amount of feedback is important in producing which effect?
fLANGER
A fully parametric EQ would typically have how many knobs per band?
3
The slope of a 3 pole filter is?
A.6 dB/octave
B.12 dB/octave
C.18 dB/octave
D.24 dB/octave
E.none of the above
C.18 dB/octave
In the simplest terms, a compressor can be thought of as?
A.a filter
B.a noise gate
C.an automatic equalizer
D.noise reduction
E.an automatic fader
E.an automatic fader
A VCA is an amplifier whose output is regulated by?
A.a control voltage
B.the bandwidth of the input signal
C.peak limiting
D.make-up gain
E.the dynamic range of the input signal
A.a control voltage
The main difference between chorus and flange effects are ______________.
A.threshold and rate
B.feedback and rate
C.rate and depth
D.rate and feedback level
E.delay time and feedback level
E.delay time and feedback level
A filter that removes a very narrow band of frequencies is a
A.band pass filter
B.notch filter
C.bell curve
D.low cut filter
E.anti-aliasing filter
B.notch filter
The acronym LFO stands for _________?
A.Liquid Frequency Operator
B.Low Frequency Oscillator
C.Lucid Fanatical Onyx
D.Limited Frequency Oscar
E.none of the above
B.Low Frequency Oscillator
The roll off rate or slope of a filter is expressed in ______________.'
A.dBV
B.dB/octave
C.dBm
D.dB/decade
E.dB/slope
B.dB/octave
On Eqs, a bell curve with a HIGH Q factor would be ___________?
A.narrow
B.a shelf EQ
C.very wide
D.a LPF
E.a HPF
A.narrow
A combination of a high pass filter and a low pass filter creates a ______________?
A.notch filter
B.band pass/stop filter
C.sweep EQ
D.parametric EQ
E.high pass filter
B.band pass/stop filter
An effect which relies upon a swept comb-filter, rather than a swept delay is ____________?
A.flanging
B.phasing
C.chorus
D.floating
E.pitch shift
B.phasing
When using a low or high pass filter, the point where the signal has been attenuated 3dB is called the ______________?
A.turnaround frequency
B.nyquist frequency
C.alias frequency
D.hinge frequency
E.cut off frequency
E.cut off frequency
On a reverb unit, the decay time or RT60 indicates what?
A.The time it takes for the sound to fully die
B.The time it takes before the unit needs to be replaced
C.The time it takes the early reflections to get to the observer
D.The time it takes a sound to decay to a level 60dB below its full strength
E.The fusion zone
D.The time it takes a sound to decay to a level 60dB below
A de-esser is a ________________.
A.compressor with a ratio higher than 10:1
B.gate that eliminates sibilant sounds from a recording
C.a frequency driven compressor, whose side-chain is keyed by a bandpassed/high-shelved version of the original vocal to compress sibilance
D.limiter with a very low threshold
E.notch-filter against sibilance
C.a frequency driven compressor, whose side-chain is keyed by a bandpassed/high-shelved version of the original vocal to compress sibilance
True or False? Limiters are a type of Compressor?
TRUE
By modulating the amplitude of a sound, what kind of effect can be created?
A.Tremolo
B.Phase
C.Doubleing
D.Vibrato
E.Comb-Filtering
A.Tremolo
Time based effects should generally be utilized by what function of a mixing console?
AUX SENDS
Dynamics based effects should generally be utilized by what function of a mixing console?
INSERTS
A "Wah" is created by phyically sweeping a ____________ with a pedal.
A.Comb Filter
B.Resonant LPF
C.High Shelf
D.Band-pass Filter
E.Hippy
B.Resonant LPF
A "Lezlie" effect is created by?
A.a rotating speaker
B.the doppler effect
C.a 60's B3 organ
D.modulating feedback
E.sticking socks in drummers toms
A.a rotating speaker
Expansion is defined as?
A.increasing the dynamic range of a program material
B.limiting the dynamic range
C.decreasing the dynamic range of a program material
D.disstressing
E.a type of fusion rock music
A.increasing the dynamic range
Delay times on an analog tape-delay is determined by?
A.the amount of playback heads
B.the diStance between the playback heads
C.the tape length
D.the amount of resonance
E.the bucket brigade device
B.the diStance between the playback heads
What is a detriment to transposing an acoustic instrument sample up in pitch significantly?
A.Pitch becomes unstable
C.Volume increases significantly
D.The timbre becomes unnatural - the sound gets 'chipmunk' like
E.Envelopes no longer function
F.RAM usage increases significantly
D.The timbre becomes unnatural - the sound gets 'chipmunk' like
In a standard ADSR envelope, which parameter determines the 'fade-in' time?
A.Decay
B.Sustain
C.Attack
D.Release
E.Envelope depth
Attack
Modulation, as an overall concept, allows you to:
A.Automate filter sweeps over time
B.Automatically pan groups in the stereo field with an LFO
C.Apply velocity value to filter cutoff
D.Vary the pitch of your instrument in time with your host sequencer
E.All of the above
All of the above
To 'trim or truncate' a sample means:
A.To adjust the volume of the sample
B.To adjust the amplitude of the sample
C.To adjust the timbre of the sample
D.To cut out unwanted audio at the beginning and the end of the sample
E.To cut out unnecessary high frequencies in the sample
D.To cut out unwanted audio at the beginning and the end of the sample
A note is played that triggers a piano sample, which is looping (sustaining) indefinitely. How would you make this note fade out over 3 seconds, after the key is released?
A.Adjust the release time of the envelope generator
B.Adjust the filter's cutoff frequency
C.Adjust the pitch of the sample
D.Trim the sample
E.Program a fade out in your sequencer
A.Adjust the release time of the envelope generator
When sampling an instrument, to more accurately reproduce it you would...
A.Record one note and map it to the entire keyboard
B.Record different samples at different sample rates (i.e.. 44.1K 48K etc...
C.Record different samples to play on different keys or ranges of keys
D.Record different samples of the same instrument and pitch shift them so you can play chords
E.Record samples of instruments that you don't own, and then name the instruments incorrectly so that you won't be able to easily find them
C.Record different samples to play on different keys or ranges of keys
Which would not necessarily happen when you transpose a sample of an acoustic instrument up in pitch two octaves?
A.The pitch gets higher
B.The tone gets brighter
C.The Length gets shorter
D.The volume gets louder
E.The timbre becomes unnatural
D.The volume gets louder
What does it mean to 'loop' a sample?
A.To make it play louder and louder
B.To make the sample (or part of it) repeat over and over
C.To make it change pitch
D.To make it fade in gradually
E.To make it's pitch go up and down periodically
B.To make the sample (or part of it) repeat over and over
To organize your samples on the keyboard, you assign them to?
A.Key Programs
B.Multi - Instruments
C.Key Groups
D.MIDI Groups
E.Folders
C.Key Groups
What type of sample memory will be emptied when the power is turned off?
A.ROM
B.RAM
C.Disc
D.Flash
E.CD-R
A.ROM
When looping a sustained sound, to avoid repeating clicks you should make sure the loop start and end points fall on?
A.Only positive sections of the waveform
B.The loudest part of the waveform
C.Zero-crossings in the waveform
D.Only smooth rounded sections d the waveform
E.All of the above
C.Zero-crossings in the waveform
What could you do to make a sample of a musical instrument to sound more realistic at both low velocities (soft notes) and high velocities (loud notes)?
A.Velocity control of a modulation executable
B.Velocity control of envelope attack time
C.Velocity controlled switching between switching between soft and loud samples assigned to the same key
D.A and B
E.B and C
E.B and C
If a sampled piano is too bright what effect could I apply to make it darker?
A.Chorus
B.Reverb
C.High Pass Filter
D.Low Pass Filter
D.Low Pass Filter
Which stage of a Standard Envelope Generator would determine how long it would take for a sound reach its sustain level?
A.Attack
B.Decay
C.Sustain
D.Release
E.A and D
B.Decay
Resonance and Cutoff are parameters in which section?
A.The ADSR envelope
B.The Filter section
C.The LFO section
D.The RCSR envelope
E.A and C
The Filter section
When using a LFO if you wanted to create a gradual sweeping change what type of waveform would you use?
A.Triangle
B.Sawtooth
C.Square
D.Random
E.B or C
A.Triangle
Once you have recorded audio in logic what is the best window to edit your recording in?
A.The Sample Edit window
B.The Waveform Edit window
C.The List Edit window
D.The Audio window
A.The Sample Edit window
What happens if you don't set enough voices for your sample playback?
A.The first voices played get turned off to maintain voice count
B.The sampler automatically adjusts to meet voice requirements
C.The last voices simply don't get played
D.You get an error message and all voices are stopped
A.The first voices played get turned off to maintain voice count
What does it mean to be polyphonic?
A.You can play more than one instrument at a time
B.You can have more then one instrument on the keyboard
C.You can play more then one note at a time of the same instrument
D.You can filter the envelope of low frequency oscillations
C.You can play more then one note at a time of the same instrument
To make a sounds volume fade in you need to?
A.Increase the Attack slider in the pitch section
B.Increase the Attack slider in the amp section
C.Increase the Attack slider in the filter section
D.Change the sample start time in the display window
B.Increase the Attack slider in the amp section
MIDI (0) IS WHAT?
DATA BYTE
MIDI (1) IS WHAT?
STATUS BYTE
WHAT IS THE MOST COMMON?
1 OR 0 IN MIDI
1
MIDI STANDS FOR?
MUSICAL INSTRUMENT DIGITAL INTERFACE
WHAT YEAR WAS MIDI STANDARDIZED?
1983
What is the transmission Rate?(MIDI)
31250 bits per second (Baud Rate)
Parallel or Serial? (MIDI)
SERIAL
How many channels per port?
(MIDI)
16
Max length of a MIDI Cable?
50FT
What PINS transmit & receive MIDI data?
Pin 4 and Pin 5
What is MTC & MMC Who invented it? What Year?
MIDI TIME CODE, Digidesign. 1996
1604 IS WHAT? INLINE, SPLIT CONSOLE
SPLIT
A8BUS SI WHAT TYPE OF CONSOLE
SEMI INLINE
What automation modes does the DXB have?
Read , Write, and Latch.. snap, shot and dynamic
How many AUX SENDS are on the DXB?
12
What is the MORPH function?
To smoothly fade one memory setting to the other
The DXB supports sample rates up to what?
96khz-AES Card, 192K- Outboard Card
Groups 1-12 can they be routed to tape (DXB)
NO
Can you route busses directly to tape? (DXB)
YES
Can you assign more than one signal to a channel?
no
Groups do not have an audio output true or false?
(DXB)
TRUE