11th November 2007
Lives for gear
Joined: Feb 2007
pardon the short explanations and sarcasm, but at least i'm giving you a few pointers. get a book, subscribe to some magazine, or do more searching on the web. google works wonders...
Originally Posted by FreeToMIX
people hate to ask the simple questions but...
Ok newbie. I'll humor you, but i suggest you search the forum more, and maybe pick up a good book or something. you clearly have a lot of learning to do, and you are only going to get bits and pieces of the basics here.
A device that takes the audio going into it and encodes it into binary code.
differece in sound between anolog and digital
Depends on your A/D converters and a lot of other things. people spend their lives arguing about this. not going to cover this one here...
If you mean WARMTH, basically it means one of several things...it could be that there is actually some harmonic distortion that is pleasing to hear, it could be a gentle rolling off of the higher frequencies, etc. again - too much to cover here...
tracking and tape
tracking is the process of recording. if you don't know what tape is, i'm sorry, I'm not going to explain it... look it up
sends and inserts
a send just sends a portion of the audio signal somewhere else. an insert "interrupts" the signal flow to route it through some other device before putting the signal flow back into its original signal path.
isn't this what kids ride to school?
one who is not a newbie
aux send and return
see "send" above. return is the opposite of send is it not oh my naive newbie?
people will probly yawn and wont say any thing but for thoughs who want to keep music alive you got to school the newbies
im all GS tought this is my school im in but**ck nowere
but im makin bangers though