Audio Tips
Jan 03, 2012 / 12:00AM
Some Cabling Solutions to Reduce Power Line Noise in Audio
Often we need to work with what we have and an external solution is called for.

About Being a Good Recording Engineer, Thanks to Malcolm Cecil

An engineer must be transparent. Hold your tongue, and think about what you are going to say before you say it.

Test the Test Equipment

As with any job, preparation and planning pay off.

Controlling Reflections in a Control Room

An audio control room ideally should provide a neutral environment to critically evaluate audio content.

Playing with Loudspeaker Sensitivity
Useful to indicate the sound pressure level that could be available at a listener’s position and how much power you’d need to obtain it.

Set Mixing Console Levels Correctly
On dynamics processors, is there an overall gain setting that’s too high?

Record for Archive while Capturing the Moment
You never know when material may be needed again.

Do-It-Yourself Acoustical Panels—Some Things to Consider
It can certainly be fun and you can learn a lot about the properties of different materials. But know what you’re getting into.

Acoustical Wavelengths
When considering the acoustics of a space, whether a control room, studio, or auditorium, it’s often helpful to think in terms of sound wavelengths, rather than frequency.

Psychoacoustics--The Precedence Effect
The key point is what our listener actually perceives.
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