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Audio production presentation

  1. 1. Audio productionBy Josh McLean & Matt Wheeler
  2. 2. Studio Layout• The studio layout is the way in which each individual studio room is altered to recreate sounds differently so that the artist’s ideal re production of their sounds can be achieved.
  3. 3. Pre production, production & Post Production• This is the process which takes place in producing a soundtrack, pre production being the planning before the soundtrack is recorded, production, the soundtrack being recorded itself and post production which is the editing of the final product.
  4. 4. Sequencers• Sequencers are the way in which the track is laid out, creating the rhythm for the song, which can be repeated over and over again.
  5. 5. Effects• – During the editing process there may be a missing addition which needs to be added to the track such as reverberation to create an atmosphere for the sound, instead of re recording the sound in a room which has been modified for reverberation you can use computerized effects which allow the editor to alter the sound to the ideal which they need it to be., saving a lot of time in the post production progress.
  6. 6. File transfer, What is it?• The movement of a file from one location to another.• Send files using the local network system EG: Henley college local network.• Send files over the internet.
  7. 7. File transfer, What is it?• Send files over Bluetooth.• Zip files and how they are useful when sending large files.
  8. 8. ISDN What is it?• ISDN used for sending voice, video and data over digital telephone lines or normal telephone wires.• BRI (Basic Rate Interface)• PRI (Primary Rate Interface)
  9. 9. Delay lines, what is it?• Here is a graph showing the process of a delay line.
  10. 10. Linear, non-linear recording, What is it?• Linear editing= Destructive• Non-linear= Non Destructive
  11. 11. Example of non linear editing
  12. 12. • Commonly found in old computers.• Modern drive bay- internal drive bay.• Here is a diagram of different drive bays being used in a PC.
  13. 13. • Laptop- External drive.
  14. 14. What we have learnt• Learnt about the process of creating a soundtrack.• Work to a deadline• Working as a team, individual jobs given and doing our own part.
  15. 15. Thanks.
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