basic recording part2

this is a test for students, teachers, monkeys, elephants, unicorns, eggplant, cherrys, bros, hoes, did i say unicorns, this will hopefully help you!!

this can also be considered a test for lazy people who want to use my notes instead of their own, but sometimes that isn't lazy, it can be smart why do i have to write here!?

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  1. in a dynamic processor the input of the signal splits, one goes to the output of the processor, where does the other one go?
  2. this is located in the sidechain and compares signal to a threshold and decides if it will act on it
  3. name three characteristics of mic line and mic inputs
  4. if you patch from MTR returns 19 to monitor inputs 20, is there signal still arriving to channel 19? if so why?
  5. Buss 7 isn't working, but you still need to get the signal to track 7. you select buss 8 in the routing matrix and patch your signal to the input of track 7. what are your patch points?
  6. in mix mode, you have bass on track 7, keys on track 8. if i patch MTR returns 7 into channel line input 8. what signal arrives on channel7 and channel 8?
  7. mics on a cello are plugged into channel 25. on channel 25 you select buss 17. then patch group output 17 to the input of an outboard compressor and patch the output of that compression to the mtr sends 18. next you arm both tracks 17 and 18. what signal arrives on what tracks?
  8. this is used to control how quite a signal is when the gate is closed. aka gain reduction below the threshold
  9. this mic has a pre amp built into it. its backplate is permanently charged with static energy and is most commonly used as a field mic
  10. this describes how audio components capture or reproduce frequencies
  11. this describes how audio components capture or reproduce frequencies
  12. fet stands for...
  13. this can handle higher sound pressure levels before breaking up
  14. this is described in mics with directional properties, where the mic is responsive to a difference in pressure between two faces of the diaphragm
  15. this apparent when the diagram of a mic reacts equally to all sound pressure fluctuations at its surface, regardless of the sources location.
  16. true or false, small diaphragms are more accurate on axis, have better frequency response, and have better high end transient response than large diaphragms?
  17. true or false, large diaphragms are considered more full than small diaphragms
  18. this occurs when a source becomes closer to a mic, as a result the mic becomes more sensitive to low frequencies
  19. aka surface/boundary mics, where frequencies are dependent on surface area.
  20. the difference between the lowest and highest intensity preceptor refers to
  21. this is the amount of energy in a wave
  22. the rate at which your signal repeats within a cycle of + or - amplitude
  23. amplitude is measured in...
  24. this is a frequency selective amplifier. it allows you to control the amplitude of various frequencies within a bandwidth
  25. which dynamic processor would you use to overcome the deficiencies of a mic and characteristics of a room? to alter a sound for musical or creative reasons, and to allow certain sounds to blend better in a mix?
  26. what is a graphic and what does it do?
  27. this is a frequency specific attenuator
  28. this is also known as a peaking eq, where its frequencies (and neighboring frequencies) are attenuated in the shape of a bell.
  29. this is the only eq that uses q as a measurement
  30. this eq is used to boost or cut frequencies, where the frequency selected and everything above or below is also attenuated
  31. what is the total attenuation of a slop if 25hz is attenuated at an 18 per octave slope?
  32. in a fully parametric eq the higher the q means the bandwidth is...
  33. Frequencies are measured in
  34. this is are spectrum analyzer, which shows a frequency response plot in an amplitude of 31 different band frequencies
  35. bandpass filters let what frequency pass?
  36. this is a filter with a high bandwidth and is used to locate problem frequencies.
  37. this is measured in db per octave
  38. this occurs when two or more instruments producing the same frequency at the same time

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