Facebook social media iconTwitter social media iconYouTube social media iconSubmit to Reddit

A recording studio is a service-providing industry...

A recording studio is a service-providing industry. We recommend audio and video drives should not be journaled. The aim is to create a believable natural sound environment for the player...

Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR

A recording studio is a service-providing industry. This manifestation of the enthusiasm for 'joined-up government' seems to be in a fragile state. We recommend audio and video drives should not be journaled.

The aim is to create a believable natural sound environment for the player. The result is perhaps a more fecund and broad musical subculture than at any time since the mid-90s. A bit budget involves a good deal of maths and several rules of thumb.

Good image and bad music will only work for a short time. Ideally what you want is both to be good. The security audit form may act as a wake-up call for studios. The professional audio industry seems to be a consistent mismatch with everything else.

The noise within a poor quality video signal upsets the encoding kit. You can apply for a visa as long as you can afford to do without your passport for three months.

The brief was to supply a system that could record 152 tracks plus a backup. After 1997, the new government embarked on establishing a much more touchy-feely relationship.

When Pro Tools is open, all three lights (locked, speed cal, remote mode) should be solid.

Comments?

Please click here if there are broken links or missing images in this article

By An anonymous contributor Saturday April 23, 2005
Come on the FREE COURSE TOUR
 
 
 

Free Ebook - Equipping Your Home Recording Studio

Set up your home recording studio in the very best way possible. Learn how to select equipment and solftware all the way through from microphones to monitors. Learn more...

How to Avoid These 4 Huge Mistakes In Audio

Are you making these 4 simple mistakes again and again in your home recording studio? They are easy to identify and avoid, so you don't have to. Learn more...