RIM 3010 Quiz 1 Directed Reading

RIM 3010 Quiz 1 Directed Reading - 4. Pages 89-93 The...

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RIM 3010 Directed Readings for Test #1 There will be several multiple-choice, or true/false questions on the test dealing with topics that were not covered in class and will be based the assigned readings (below) from the textbook. Chapter 1 1. Page 30 What are the 6 transducers commonly used in the audio recording process? Chapter 2 1. Page 45 The author refers to harmonics and overtones. He also makes reference to another term that is often generally used to refer to harmonics and overtones. What is that term. Chapter 3 1. Pages 67-68, 73 What are the primary factors governing studio and control room acoustics. 2. Page 68 What are the 4 primary “Studio Types”? 3. Pages 88-89 What is a “quick-n-dirty” way to build an isolation gobo, flat, or movable partition?
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Unformatted text preview: 4. Pages 89-93 The author presents several strategies (both in text and diagrams) for optimizing the stereo mixing environment through thoughtful placement of the mixing desk and speakers. What would be the best way to orient the control room in order to extend it’s low-end (low frequency) response? 5. Page 87-88 What are several ways to reduce noise induced by computers, tape machines, etc. in the control room? Chapter 18 1. P. 591 What are some of the pointers that can help the session go more smoothly? 2. P. 583 What are some valuable tips for artists that would be beneficial before going into the studio?...
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This note was uploaded on 04/27/2009 for the course RIM 3010 taught by Professor Piekarski during the Spring '09 term at Middle Tennessee State University.

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