Live Audio: The Art of Mixing a Show

Live Audio: The Art of Mixing a Show

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A live sound engineer's world revolves around the venue. Whether you find yourself working in a cozy club or an expansive concert arena, every location has challenges. It takes more than plugging in a few amplifiers and turning up the volume full blast to get the job done. Experience and ingenuity are needed to ensure that the band's sound is always at its best. Live Audio is a practical, hands-on, 'in the trenches' guide to mixing and live sound from an author with years of professional experience. Combining a lively writing style and real world examples with essential details covering the technical and practical aspects of working a live show, Live Audio gives you a real-world look into working a live venue. Learn the technical, practical, and political aspects of the job.Leta#39;s have a look at this terminology and demystify what the terms are referring to and how they are related to each other. ... Bit depth (word length) refers to the number of binary digits that are generated during each sample, such as 8 bit, 16 bit, or 24 bit. ... this means that the higher the bit depth, the more audio we can store before we run out of headroom and get distortion. ... Think of a film: To see a continuous moving image, we need a frame rate of about 24a€“28 frames per second.

Title:Live Audio: The Art of Mixing a Show
Author:Dave Swallow
Publisher:CRC Press - 2012-09-10


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