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  • Recording Of The Sound
    618 words
    process of converting the acoustic energy of sound into some form in which it can be permanently stored and reproduced at any time. In 1855 the inventor Leon Scott constructed a device called a phon autograph that recorded tracings of the vibrations of sound. Thomas Edison, starting about 1877, made great improvements in mechanical sound recording and was the first inventor to achieve the actually audible reproduction of recorded sound. The greatest advances, however, were made after the adoptio...
  • Next Type Of Microphone
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    Types Of Microphones Basically this section that I read told about different types of microphones, what they can do and what they can not do. It told us that microphones were contained metal diaphragms that vibrate when the sound waves hit them, the vibrations are converted into electric impulses by back plates or coils. The impulses can be amplified, and recorded on the videotape, and can be recorded and stored there for editing along with the pictures. Next the impulses are converted back to s...
  • Cool Sound On Miles
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    Even in the beginning he was already miles ahead. It's very evident that Miles knew and lived by that old axiom if it's named, then it's outmoded. Miles Dewey Davis was born May 25, 1926 in Alton, Illinois and grew up in East St. Louis. Miles collected records and for his 13th birthday was given his first trumpet. Miles family was very fortunate and what you would call apart of the upper class during the Roaring 20's and the great depression. Miles father Dr. Miles Dewey Davis has 3 degrees in h...
  • Role Of The Record Producer
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    Studio technology has developed drastically over the years and has become ever more vital to the record producer within the music industry. Different producers make use of studio technology in different ways, often depending on the style of music that they are producing, their preferred method of production and the band's preference of sound. The development of recording technology has run parallel to a reorientation in popular music production. The goal of getting a good sound is no different n...
  • Physical Nature Of The Molecular Signal
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    UNDERSTANDING DIGITAL BIOLOGY Explaining digital biology is impossible without explaining its principle. The purpose of this text is not to report experimental results. Rather, it tries to explain to laymen, in the simplest terms, this radically new approach to biology. We hope it will be useful to all, scientists or not, who find it hard to 'make the leap'. Indeed, is it possible to believe that the specific activity of biologically-active molecules (e.g. histamine, caffeine, nicotine, adrenali...
  • Dcc Tapes And Decks
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    Audio Format Wars By: Sheldon Khan Before buying a new car, getting married, or adopting a new audio format it is wise to ask a few questions, peer under the hood, and ask the advice of someone you trust. Will the new format satisfy your needs not only now but, also in the future? Will it look (and sound) as good on all the mornings after you first met? The analogue cassette is an old and trusted versatile friend that went with you on those morning jogs and cruised in the car with you on Friday ...
  • Sound With Your Record Hand
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    Turntablism - The art of manipulating / restructuring previously existing phonograph recordings to produce new, musically creative combinations of sounds using turntables and a mixer. Hamster Style - Normally a DJ setup would be configured with the right turntable playing on the right channel of the mixer and the left turntable playing on the left channel of the mixer. With a hamster style setup, however, the opposite is true. The right turntable plays through the left channel, and the left turn...
  • Newer Records
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    The DJ Booth Even while standing inside a DJ booth can be loud and obnoxious, the excitement of playing music and controlling a huge crowd sends and unexplainable feeling through your body. When I first step into a DJ booth at Club Centers, located in the heart of Rochester, New York, my nerves start going crazy and butterflies hit my stomach so fast it feels like I have to puke. Just the sight of three turntables and an eight-channel mixer in front of my face is like sending a little kid into a...
  • Tape In Two Parts And Record
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    60's Research Document 4.1. 1, 2 History and development of the Multitrack Recorder Multitrack recorders were originally developed in the early 1950's in Germany. The initial principle of multi tracks was to divide a tape in two parts and record different sounds onto each and play them back concurrently. The fact that both tracks would be on the same tape would mean they would be synchronized exactly. In classical music recordings of the 1950's, the early two track machines were first used and r...
  • Producers Of Record Albums From His Time
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    George Martin differed from most producers of record albums from his time. When he worked with the Beatles, he made the album sound the way the way they wanted it to sound instead of he wanted it to. Whatever sound that they wanted on the album, he had to go find it. The recording techniques he used had never been done before, they were breakthroughs at the time. Like in the song "Being for the benefit of Mr. Kite", he took several recordings of calliopes, organs, and other circus sounds and too...
  • Metal
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    End It do not censored around. In just over a year of existence they " ve recorded 10 original songs, 2 covers and put out an intense CD. They waste no time musically, either; the record is a 29-minute ride through Hell. This is Metal without the pretense, without the pretty acoustic interludes, extended solos, and melodic vocals. Pure metallic aggression distilled into songs that never last longer than 3 and a half minutes. There's not really much else to say. This is heavy, fast, mean and lean...

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