Broadcast final - 1. Many correspondents record their...

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1. Many correspondents record their Intro, Bridge and Outro in a studio rather than in the field? Why. What do they do to give these elements of the story the “feel” of being recorded live in the field? Correspondents record their parts in a studio because of wild sounds. They would rather have control of the sound rather than have it bouncing all over the place. Correspondents may use ambient sounds that they recorded from the field and layer their intro, bridge, and outro with it. 2. In Adobe Audition, we do most of our editing in single track 'edit" mode? What are the advantages of working in edit mode? Why do we use multi-track mode and what features does multi-track allow you to perform? Multi track allows you to copy and paste more than one track to fit how you need it. You can layer sounds on top of each other. Multi track allows you to edit and add ambient sound with layering. It also allows you to add fades, sounds increases, wave editing and effects; and extra tools like phase and frequency analysis tools, and looping tools. You can eliminate hiss and pops, equalize clips, or apply effects such as reverb and dynamics. In single track you cannot layer sounds on top of each other- it will override. A single track can be dragged into a multi track but not vice versa. Single track does not allow for more in depth editing and mixing downs. The best use of single track editing is for example, when we are producing the content for the radio show and all the clips are already edited, we use the single track mode to put all the stories together and burn to a CD. 3. What does the Producer do in the live studio? The producer is in charge of all audio content so his/her responsibilities surround the audio content. In this class the producer produced the content on the CD used for the live show. The producer burned all the clips onto the CD and was responsible in making sure the CD got to the
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This note was uploaded on 01/26/2011 for the course COM 350 taught by Professor Pott during the Spring '10 term at MD University College.

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