Audio 101: Practical Science and Applications for Aspiring Audio Engineers With Greg Riggs
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This presentation will review a number of acoustic and audio principles that serve as a technical foundation for any audio engineer’s skill set. These principles inform objective tasks, such as system design, troubleshooting and general operation, as well as creative tasks, such as microphone selection and placement, equalization and a host of back-pocket “tricks” for getting a specific sound or mix. Topics include: fundamental acoustics, inverse square law, microphone and speaker directivity, equalization filters, and a practical interpretation of the Potential Acoustic Gain equation.