Sound in The Studio: Physics at Work in a Recording Studio
This program looks at how physics of sound is applied in a real sound recording studio. It is a unique window into the world of the music industry through the eyes of physics. There are many aspects to the physics of sound that a recording engineer has to take into account when recording sound. From room characteristics to frequency response, microphone characteristics to equalisation, recording engineers work with the full demands of the physics of sound.
Production Year: 2001
Duration: 21 min
Printable Resources: Yes
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