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Audio Recording Pro Engineer School Vol 2

Audio Recording Pro Engineer School Vol 2



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Published by: thechordmaster on Jun 08, 2007
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Volume 2
3. Mixing Consoles (1)19.
Mixing Consoles (2)29.EQ4
. Compression58. Noise Gates67. Delay and Reverberation75. Disk Recording94. CD and DVD-Video111. Perceptual Coding
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Chapter 1: Mixing Consoles (1)
The mixing console is the centerpiece of the recording studio,operationally and visually. The choice of mixing console defines acommercial studio - we talk of an 'AMS-Neve' studio (often simply'Neve'), or an 'SSL studio'. There are other mixing consoles, but these aredefinitely the top two. Neve has a long tradition in recording dating back to the 1960s. Many Neve consoles manufactured from the early 1970sonward are still in use and are respected for their sound quality. SSL is ayounger company, but they single-handedly defined the modern mixingconsole as the center of studio operations including control over tapemachines, automation and recall. Whereas Neve have had a number of rethinks over the years on how a mixing console should work, SSL havebeen very consistent and there are many engineers who won't work onanything else, largely because they would have a tough learning period togo through.The first thing that a newcomer to recording has to realize is that we arenot in home studio territory any more. These consoles are expensive -$300,000 or more. They are expensive because they are designed to dothe job properly without compromise, allow efficient use of studio time,and attract business to the studio. As a learning music recording engineer,it should be ones ambition eventually to work in studios on Neve or SSLconsoles. Anything else would be second best.The next four pictures show the channel module of an SSL SL9000Jconsole:

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