COM Quiz 5 Study Guide

COM Quiz 5 Study Guide - COMQuiz5StudyGuide 21:26 Analog

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COM Quiz 5 Study Guide 21:26 Analog Analog systems directly record the variations of the video and audio signals. They have  a tendency to deteriorate when dubbing copies and can only be recorded on tape Continuous information Boom (boom pole) A pole that is used to hold a microphone close to a subject  Directional Microphone This type of microphone can pick up sounds directly in front of it Dynamic Range The range between the weakest and loudest sounds that can be effectively recorded by  a recording device Equalization An audio filer that can boost or reduce any segment of the audio spectrum Gain Amplification of the audio signal Lavaliere Microphone These small microphones clip on the clothing of the talent and provide fairly consistent,  hands-free, audio pick up of the talent’s voice Omni directional Microphone This type of microphone can pick up audio equally well in all directions 
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