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Audio Setup Week 4

by: Eric Hoover

Audio Setup Week 4 JMC 33032

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An Introduction to Television Audio
Audio Setup and Mixing
Scott Hallgren
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This 3 page Class Notes was uploaded by Eric Hoover on Saturday September 24, 2016. The Class Notes belongs to JMC 33032 at Kent State University taught by Scott Hallgren in Fall 2016. Since its upload, it has received 3 views.


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Date Created: 09/24/16
9/20 – TV Audio Introduction Terms: Audio EIC - engineer in charge A1- head mixer Audio assistant - runs cable, sets up mics, may run a boom Sound designer - most senior audio role; creates layout and design of the entire sound 'picture' for audio broadcast Sub-mixer - handles parts/elements of the full mix (audience, playback, RF/wireless) Music mixer - submixer for musical stuff (instruments, vocals, music playback Effects mixer - mixes the 'close sounds for live sports IFB - interruptible foldback - one-way monitor for talent RF audio/wireless - cable free audio, uses battery-operated transmitter and receiver Audio Operation for Live Television Microphones and Mixers Sound in the Control Room Dress the Microphones Third button on button-up shirts Molskene is great, but we don't have it here Also vampire clips Audio Mixer(s) Once you get the sound right, you don't have to mess with it! Left side is mics (wired and wireless) Each mic has its own input Levels, EQ, effects, grouping controls Mic/line input U = unity (what's in the board is what's gonna come out) Common Controls Gain Pot (potentiometer) Phantom power – required for condensers (most TV mics) Either battery or 48V from board To set a level Input pot on U Make the input live Have talent speak in their "on-air" voice Master fader is always on U Use fader to keep level at 0 MUTE to open/close mics 9/23 we shadowed the Poynter ethics presentation


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