Studio Layout and OperationVocals or live audio is recordedusing a studio microphoneThis audio is then transfers and savedInto a software that allows the audioTo be altered and transformed into avariety of formats.
Recording and PlaybackFormatsRecording is when you capture data or other information to arecording format to a tape or disk of some sort.
File transfer and TransferBaysFile transfer mean when you transmit file from a computer toanother computer this can also be used to put files on theinternet.File transfer is used to back up information just in case acomputer crashes or something happens and you loose thememory and can’t access the file.This is also used to edit projects on more than one computer.
Linear and Non Linear RecordingSystemsLinear RecordingSystemsNon Linear RecordingSystems
ISDNISDN stands for Integrated services digital network.So what is it?ISDN is an international network for sending voice, video anddata over the PSTN which stands for public switched telephonenetwork.
TelephoneTelephones are a point to point communication system whosemost basic function is to allow two people separated by largedistances to talk to each other. This could be useful whenhaving a deadline for something.
Delay LinesThey are the amount of time it takes for the head of the signal totravel from the sender it can be computed as the radio betweenthe link length and the propagation speed over the specificmedium.
Profanity and BlasphemyPROFANITYProfanity is a display ofdisrespect of a product – thisdoesn’t matter if it’s a personor object it still applies.BLASPHAMYA lot of people have heard ofblasphemy but don’t knowwhat it means.Blasphemy is the act ofinsulting or showing contemptfor God
EffectsThere are many effects that helps in creating various elementsincluding: Phase◦ This is the name used to describe the position of one sound wave toanother. Flange◦ This is made when two identical signals are mixed together but with onedelayed by less than a second.
SequencesA sequence is when you connect and edit a series of shotstogether to create a project like a film or documentary forexample.
Production and Post ProductionStages and Processes What is post production? in digital video, photography, television and film, post-production refers to the tasks that must be completed or executed after the filmingor shooting ends. This includes tasks such as the editing of raw footage to cutscenes, insert transition effects, working with voice and sound actors, anddubbing, to name a few of the many pre-production tasks. Post-production is thethird and final step in film creation. It follows the pre-production and production phases. Production stages = The second stage, production, is right after you get financing.Now you quickly get everyone together and spend nine to eighteen days of 14-18hours each, shooting from dawn to dusk. Pre-production is easy. Production is aball buster.During production everything happens at once. The actors, lights, camera, props,schedule, film stock, egos, temper tantrums, and all the rest. Production, althoughtypically presented as being fun and joyous, will probably be the worst two orthree weeks of your life. But you persevere. Somehow you get that Martini Shot.Your film is in the can. You bring out the flat beer and celebrate. Everyone hugseveryone (except you, the skinflint producer) and goes home. You pass out andwake up approximately two days later.
Production Roles Production roles include;◦ On-air - The talent in front of the cameras, such as Reporters,Presenters, Actors and Comics◦ Editorial - The team responsible for researching, crafting andleading the creative and editorial aspects of a production, such asProducers, Directors, Researchers and Journalists◦ Craft - Professionals with specific production skills, such asCamera Operators, Make-Up Artists, Costume Assistants,Lighting Engineers, Sound Engineers and Floor Managers◦ Production Management - The team responsible for contracts,budgets, organisation and bringing all the resources together,including Production Managers, Production Coordinators andProduction Assistants.
Performing RightsPerforming Rights are the right to perform music in public.Performing Rights are defined in various copyright laws aroundthe world. Performing Rights Organisations are responsible foradministration of these rights, granting licences allowing publicperformance of music, on behalf of music composers andpublishers.Money collected by these Performance Rights Organisations(PROs) is passed on to the music’s composers and publishers,according to which music has been performed publicly. Mostprofessional composers will belong to a PRO since it iss theonly way they can receive royalties when their music is used onTV, radio and movies.
ContractsA contract is an agreement entered into voluntarily by twoparties or more with the intention of creating a legal obligation,which may have elements in writing, though contracts can bemade orally.The remedy for breach of contract can be damages orcompensation of money.