In lesson one of your Masters Program, you will be re-examining the basics in the recording arts. Reviewing the fundamentals will get you right on track and prepared for the new challenges ahead!
SECTION ONE: THE DIGITAL AUDIO WORKSTATION – THE HEART OF YOUR PROJECT STUDIO.
Your computer acts as a host for the sound card and software and provides processing power for audio editing. Software controls all related hardware components and provides a user interface to allow for recording, editing, and playback.
SECTION TWO: SIGNAL FLOW – FROM THE SOUND SOURCE TO SOUND MONITORS.
Covers the path an audio signal takes from source to output, including all the processing involved in generating audible sound from electronic impulses or recorded media.
SECTION THREE: MICROPHONES – THE RIGHT MICROPHONE FOR THE JOB.
Overviewing the most popular microphone type, pattern type, and functionality.
SECTION FOUR: THE PATCH BAY – THE RIGHT CONNECTION.
This section is on topic about patch bay configuration and functionality.
SECTION FIVE: SIGNAL PROCESSING – THE BASICS REVIEWED.
Covering the most commonly used effect types and their processes.
SECTION SIX: TIME CODES AND SYNCHRONIZATION – STAYING SYNCED.
This section overviews the most common uses for time codes and their important role in the television and film industry.
SECTION SEVEN: MIDI -THE WORLD OF DIGITAL INFORMATION.
Here we have a rediscovery of MIDI function and use in modern and pre modern music.