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Audio Production Worktext, 8th Edition by Craig A. Stark, Samuel J. Sauls

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2The Studio Environment

2.1 Introduction

As you’ll learn as you read through this book, audio production can be accomplished in a variety of situations and in a number of different environments. Recording “in the field” may simply entail using a single microphone and portable MP3 recorder or perhaps a setup consisting of a laptop, audio software, and a microphone. On the other hand, recording in the studio may entail multiple microphones and other sound sources feeding into a large audio console or just a basic editing suite. This chapter takes a look at the more formal setting of the traditional audio studio.

The room that houses the equipment necessary for audio production work and in which the finished product is assembled is known as the ...

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