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BECA 230 Notes 4-8-15

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Vinay Shrivastava

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This is a one week of notes of BECA 230, extensive descriptions of what we went over in class a few weeks ago.
BECA 230
Vinay Shrivastava
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This 2 page Class Notes was uploaded by Destiny Evans on Monday April 27, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to BECA230 at San Francisco State University taught by Vinay Shrivastava in Spring 2015. Since its upload, it has received 43 views. For similar materials see BECA 230 in Journalism and Mass Communications at San Francisco State University.

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Date Created: 04/27/15
BECA 230 Professor Vinay Shrivastava Date of class 4815 Notes MixersConsolesControl Surfaces 1 Analog and Digital Consoles sound is converted into electrical waves 0 Analog Generally large mixing board with manual controls 0 Digital large board with computer usually connected converts the signals into magnetic waves uses a binary system 0 and 1 2 Functions of a Console Amplify balance process combine and route input signals to broadcast or recording 0 Tracking putting sound of tracks Cobertimeoverdub Rerecording over tracks Mixdown master mix all tracks into 2 track stereo 3 Input Output Monitor Master 0 Input Section Where the sound is inputted into 0 Output Section Where the sound exits from 0 Monitor Section Where the sound is tracked usually a meter on or near the console Master Section Where the sound is mastered into a two track stereo lO Speci cation 8x2 and 32x24x2 8input 2output32input 24output 2stereo mix 4 Mic level Line level Speaker level of Signal lmpedance Ohm Input and output should match each other otherwise distortion 5 Phantom Power additional power supplied by console needed by condenser mic PadDevice that blocks the overall signal by 5DB Tone GeneratorOscillator machines that generate tones to use a reference signal VUPPM Meter VU is a standard volume meter PPM reads the audio signal from green to red Fader gain and volume control can be a rotary knob or dial 0 Channel Strip Top of console where mic inputs and such are 6 lnLine Console lnput output and monitor are in one line 0 Automated or Computerized console Physical computer automated that can save changes 0 Virtual Console consoles on the monitor of computer sometimes also a separate physical console connected to control it 0 Control Surface a hardware device with faders knobs and buttons that can be used to control functions in the program being used


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