Adio Chapter 1

Adio Chapter 1 - Fundamentals for Audio Engineering Chapter...

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Fundamentals for Audio Engineering Chapter 1: People Who Make it Happen Artist: strength of a recorded performance begins and ends with them Musician: provides musical support for artist; (musical arranger-notates/conducts various musical parts) Producer: schedules/budgets aspects of coordinating a recording project also the producer helps the artist and record company create best possible recorded performance and final product that reflects artists vision Engineer: uses their knowledge to convey the best possible finished sound for the intended media, client and the buying public Assistant Engineer: does microphone/headphone setup, runs tape machines or the DAW setup, helps with session documents, does session breakdowns, performs rough mixes and balance setting, also guides freelance engineers through the technical aspects. Maintenance Engineer: see that the equipment in the studio is maintained n top condition and regularly aligned and repaired Mastering Engineer: final master recording will need to be tweaked in terms of level,
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This note was uploaded on 03/14/2012 for the course AUDIO 0101-408-0 taught by Professor Oliver during the Spring '12 term at RIT.

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