Audio Mixing Terminology
These terms are helpful in learning how to run a mixer or audio production software.
Terms in this set (10)
A sliding controller for changing volume levels.
A 'panoramic potentiometer' that moves a sound source between the left and right channels of a mixer.
The process by which a digital audio signal distorts because its amplitude is greater than 0dB.
A device that can alter the tonal picture of a sound by increasing or reducing certain frequency levels from bass to treble.
A new track created where the output signals of other tracks can be sent, either as complete or partial signals (in the case of an effects bus).
The process by which aspects such as volume and pan can be set up to change automatically during playback.
The process by which the dynamics of a signal are reduced with loud elements becoming quieter and soft elements becoming louder.
The lower frequencies of a sound found with more strength in instruments such as a bass guitar, kick drum, tuba etc.
The upper frequencies of a sound found with more strength in instruments such as whistles, flutes and cymbals.
A device that artificially introduces a sense of ambience to a sound so that it can seem to be in a room, hall or other environment.
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