Audio Simplified: Noise, Distortion, and Gain

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Come to the Education Progression at the STC Summit in Chicago on Monday May 21 at 8:30AM. Find out about noise, distortion, and gain - how they work, how to handle them, and why they're so important in your recordings.

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  • Audio Simplified: Noise, Distortion, and Gain

    1. Audio for eLearning Simplified:Noise, Distortion, & Gain presented by Robert Hershenow Monday May 21, 8:30-9:30 AM
    2. ISE NOISE is any sound other thanNO what you’re trying to record
    3. NOISE islike a weed...
    4. it might be pretty! —but not if it’sin the wrong place
    5. N O DISTORTION RTI is a misrepresentation TO of the soundDIS
    6. DISTORTION can be friendly(technically speaking,tone controls distort the audio signal)
    7. DISTORTION can be unfriendly (like when you overload the input)
    8. IN GAIN is a measure of amplificationGA
    9. too littleGAIN invitesNOISE
    10. too much GAIN invitesDISTORTION
    11. how do you get itJUST RIGHT?
    12. Come to theEducation Progression Monday May 21, 8:30 AM Find out about noise, distortion, and gain, why they’re so important in recording, and how to deal with them - all in simple terms. (After the Summit look for a full version of this presentation on Slideshare.com)
    13. See you in Chicago!

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