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    knowledge of time domain sampling and sample rate, learn how to analyze and present data in MATLAB, as well as learn how to calibrate a microphone and record sound pressure data. To accomplish this the role of an electronics technician whose responsibility was to validate the performance of data acquisition equipment that will be used to acquire data on an upcoming project was taken on. 2. Effect of a Low Pass Filter In order to determine the effect of a low pass filter the NI9234 module was connected to the output of the function generator and set to channel 0. The Data…

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    Kick Drum Research Paper

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    acoustic drums are no longer present in much of mainstream music yet the drum kit will always be a mainstay of music and music recording. To garner clear and full drum audio, it requires a process that takes into account the room in which the drum instrument is being played. After the tuning of the drum instrument is complete, multiple microphones and various categorizations of such devices must be placed in specific and proper positions. Above all else the drummer’s skill must be up to snuff,…

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    I strongly believe that Sound Engineering is the one and only course I have most passion for and I know I will have success in. I am confident and have a lot of hope in this course as I have been constantly thinking about this this career for a few years now. I chose this course as I have an ambition to work with producers, recording, mixing and even producing music. Recording Producers and musicians, adjusting the sounds auto-tuning, adding synthetic sounds to a track is my strength and…

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    that they where not skilled in microphone placement, they left me with a poorly drawn image of what they wanted. Not knowing there were instructions, I received them five minutes or so before the show started. With just a few minutes to spare, my partner and I were able to find two semi-working female microphone ends and some stands, only to rush out there and place them how we saw the poorly drawn picture. Usually, that wouldn’t be too much of a problem, but being the performer did not speak…

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    Engineers all over the world have begun to praise Blue microphones as having a worthy place in their mic locker. The unique looking, rotating head is actually pretty handy when positioning the diaphragm for the best sound. Neumann U87AI Everybody loves a Neumann, right? Although this is a spendy mic, sometimes you have to pony up the coin to get the right tools for the job. With switchable polar patterns, low frequency roll-off and a pad, this mic can be used in a number of guitar miking…

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    Here is a classic mic that is a favorite the world over. This mic is used on a lot of other things besides vocals, but it is hard to not think of vocals and the RE20 together. One of the well known characteristics that this mic is known for is the fact that is has virtually no proximity effect. The proximity effect is a boost in bass response associated with directional microphones when you come within roughly 12” of the mic. The proximity effect can be used to your advantage, but it needs to be…

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    What is the working pattern? Audio Engineers can either be on a fixed-term contract or can be a freelance audio engineer. Sometimes musicians and voice actors will also be outsourced for the game but an Audio engineer will have to assist in the recording and editing of these sounds. As well as syncing the voice actors with the game characters. There is no set hours for an Audio Engineer or Sound designer, because of this these job roles can result in long, irregular hours. These roles would…

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    Continuous speech is more natural but typically requires a more powerful compute to process the information. Modern speech systems are continuous whereas older systems were discrete. Many people (especially those with learning disabilities) prefer discrete systems to the newer continuous speech. More Memory is better having more Ram is a plus. This especially true if you are using other programs at the same time. As speed and the memory of computers increase, speech recognition becomes more…

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    “Lapel mics allow more hands free operation and you are able to get crisp sound without having to follow the talent to collect sound” ( Mark Robertson 2012) However for the few intervals of dialogue and atmosphere of the church am going to be recording with the boom microphone. For dialogue my microphone choice is the shot gun microphone, because it’s a directional microphone and great at picking up sound from its front end so placing it close to the actor will ensure good quality sound. “The…

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    Room 101 1984 Analysis

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    The feeling of someone constantly watching and controlling you is prevalent in the city. With the use of technologies such as telescreens, and mics, Big Brother is able to watch each and every single move of his citizens. Big Brother controls people’s thoughts and beliefs, through what is called speakwrite, by constantly changing, and rewriting history. The technologies the party uses to control its citizens are the telescreens, microphones, Ministry of Love, and speakwrite. Telescreens are one…

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