Chapters 13-14-15 Review

Chapters 13-14-15 Review - Chapter 13: In the Recording...

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Chapter 13: In the Recording Studio A device which expands the total dynamic range of a sound is called an expander. The person responsible for hiring musicians and technical personnel for a recording is called a record producer. The man who invented multi-track recording is known as Les Paul. In producing a recording, the recording engineer is responsible for the process of mixing and editing. In general, rhythm instruments are the first tracks to be recorded. The four stages of producing a commercial recording are, in order: preproduction, recording, mixdown, and postproduction. The device called an artificial double tracking unit is generally known as a flanger. Thomas Edison invented the first phonograph. The first practical phonograph was developed in 1877. The first recording made on the phonograph was Edison reciting the nursery rhyme “Mary Had a Little Lamb.” One of the earliest operatic recordings was Enrico Caruso singing “Vesti la
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