Audio tips

Recommended Audio Levels

As an audio engineer you might spend more time in finding the best audio level to suits various needs. For an audio engineer, the audio level should be overlooked in order to make the audience engaged.

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How to Effectively Record a Scream Sound?

Today we are discussing about how to record a scream / very loud sound in a acoustically treated studio with double microphone? It is very difficult to record a scream sound using a single cardioid microphone.

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8 Tips on Smarter Film Dubbing

Basically dubbing is the process of furnishing a film or tape with a new sound track and for getting a noise free dialogue track we follow the process for dubbing.

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What all we should consider before setting up a Home Studio?

We can choose any room for a basic home studio setup, but it should be free form external / outside noise like traffic, sound from factories etc. After the selection of room, you have to treat the room acoustically.

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Beware of Substandard Connectors

If you are a Sound Engineer especially those who are working in the field of live sound reinforcement, it is a fact the connectors are an inevitable part of the show. Today, in this blog post i am sharing my bitter experience while using some sub-standard connectors and hope this will be useful for people working in the field.

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A Guide on Drum Individual Miking Techniques

Today we are discussing about how to record a scream / very loud sound in a acoustically treated studio with double microphone? It is very difficult to record a scream sound using a single cardioid microphone. This sound will be distorted because of over load. For getting a good dynamic range use two microphones having same parameters.

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6 tips to clean a Mixing Console

The internal circuits, especially the moving components rely on good electrical contact for its efficient working. The dirt can have adverse effect in getting good output from a mixer. As a Sound Engineer, it is important to keep the mixer free from dust to get the best output.

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How Balanced Wiring rejects Noise?

Signal Connections on an analog audio system may be either balanced or unbalanced. Normally unbalanced wiring is not recommended in audio wiring. Professional equipment solves this problem for getting increased immunity to electromagnetic induction.

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Mixing tips every audio engineer should know

Audio mixing is an important process in the post-production stage. At this point, you will take the individual elements and try to treat them one-by-one until each element sounds exactly how you want it to be.

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Glossary of Commonly Used Terms in Audio Engineering

Find below the explanation of some common terms which are prevalent in Audio Engineering. The glossary will be helpful to better understand the industry and technology.

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How to find fix ground loop in Audio Systems?

Earth loops is a common problem being faced by Sound Engineers in any complex audio system installation as well as in car audio installations, where there are multiple earth loops between piece of equipment and the main supply ground.

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Human Voice Frequency Range

The frequency range is a topic which you might have learned during your schooling days and this post will help you to brush up your knowledge and it can act as a catalyst to learn more things regarding the same.

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