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NAME _____________________________ Music 397 – Quiz May 24, 2007 1) List at least 3 reasons that set Live apart from other recording (DAW) programs: 2) What does MIDI stand for? 3) What is the analogy the the Live 6 Power book uses to describe the sampling process of digital audio? Explain this analogy in your own words. 4) What do the following key commands do: Ctrl-R Ctrl-E Tab Ctrl-Shift-T Ctrl-K Ctrl-M 5) What will you find in the Device Browser? Include examples.
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6) What are the 5 Warp Modes? Describe when you’d use each: 1) 2) 3) 4) 5) 7) Circle where you control the global project tempo?
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8) List the 4 Launch Modes: 1) 2) 3) 4) 9) What is a “transient”? (hint: not your weird uncle) 10) What is the purpose of warping? 11) Circle where you would click to display the Audio Clip Envelope window:
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12) Circle True or False The Envelope Window is a graphical representation of values that change over
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Unformatted text preview: time. 13) List at least 3 parameters that can be controlled with Audio Clip Envelopes: 14) Circle True or False Quantizing is the process of organizing your clips into tracks and scenes. 15) When you adjust the timing Grid in the MIDI clip view, what do these key commands do: Ctrl-1 Ctrl-2 Ctrl-3 Ctrl-4 16) Circle the area where you can control each MIDI note’s velocity: 17) List the most obvious difference between Impulse and Simpler: 18) Circle True or False MIDI is used to transmit audio. 19) List one use of Velocity MIDI Effect: 20) Circle True or False Latency is caused by software. Extra Credit: What are the 2 reasons I listed in Tuesday’s lecture why the MIDI specification is revered? Who is considered the “Father of MIDI” ? (hint: Al Gore did not invent MIDI)...
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