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Final Test – Music mixing

Final Test – Music mixing

https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/0Bzsi5s5xDVnNS2NTVURUWWlOdTg?usp=sharing Listen carefully………. It is not as easy as it sees….   Here is the tutorial how to do this:   … Read entire article »

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AVON – exercise – for Maestria in ESPOL

AVON – exercise – for Maestria in ESPOL

https://drive.google.com/open?id=0B-YxAbRnxDluSF9OZU1vRGlxczg   That’s the link for the files you need to download for the Avon exercise. Go! … Read entire article »

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ESPOL – Final music mixing

ESPOL – Final music mixing

https://drive.google.com/file/d/0B-YxAbRnxDluYXA2S1dacUYtYjQ/view?usp=sharing   a jazz record in a club.   Mixing of the song 🙂   Hr Karagyozov … Read entire article »

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Final Test – Inception

Final Test – Inception

https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0Bzsi5s5xDVnNZTd4dlYwSk1rWWM&usp=sharing   https://espolec-my.sharepoint.com/personal/hristo_espol_edu_ec/_layouts/15/guestaccess.aspx?guestaccesstoken=VzrS%2bhqUg66kizop5HUn09w3PLXeMNy32GgkavaMkjs%3d&folderid=2_0f4b258bcaca14019aa8715187baca1c5&rev=1     The files for the movie GO!!!!       … Read entire article »

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Evaluation – Affinitone commercial for ESPOL sound design

Evaluation – Affinitone commercial for ESPOL sound design

Affinitone commercial folder What is the work you have to do?   Inside the folder you have: one video file – mp4, one document – a docx file. In it you can see the script and the order of the VO takes. and 2 folders – one with 3 audio files – the original music and VO, and one with the VO takes.   import the audio import the video – with  the embedded audio. synchronize them. You have to cut the pause in the … Read entire article »

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Lecture1 – Sound, Characteristics of sound

Lecture1 – Sound, Characteristics of sound

              So, the important points: What is necessary to have a sound, respectively, the feeling for such phenomenon? 1. vibrating unit; 2. Environment in which these vibrations spread; 3. Someone perceiving the vibrations. Definition for sound: Sound – it’s the feeling, caused by the vibration of a flexible body in versatile medium.   Next, the characteristics of sound: The main characteristics are four. 1.The first characteristic is the frequency of vibrations. This is the number of vibrations per second. It is measured in Herz (Hz). the range between … Read entire article »

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Lecture 2 – Microphones

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Lecture 3 Part 1 – Analog recording

Lecture 3  Part 1 – Analog recording

     We use electro-acoustic transducers to capture the sound from the field of the recording. Then we use the opposite type of transducers to play the captured sound through the speakers. Thus we transform the acoustic signal into electricity to be able to operate with it. This is important because we can not capture the sound vibrations, so we need a medium. And this medium is the electricity.      But the electricity preserves only … Read entire article »

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Lecture 3 part 2 – Digital representation of the sound

Lecture 3 part 2 – Digital representation of the sound

In the 80’s a significant step in the improvement  of the recording and reproducing of sound was made. The digital technology was born. The principle of the digital sound representation can be different, but the most common is the PCM (Pulse Code Modulation). In it the sound wave, which is continuous, is divided to frames, or, in the digital audio world, SAMPLES.     This process is called quantisation. The number of samples per second can be different, but usually it … Read entire article »

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Lecture 4 – Equalization – overview

Lecture 4 – Equalization – overview

Here is the presentation from the lesson about equalization … Read entire article »

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