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What Do You Learn In Audio Engineering School?

Audio engineers, also known as audio technicians, sound engineers recording engineers and audio technologists, have mastered a skilled trade that lets them work with audio recording, altering and p...

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I think this pretty much sums it up on what you will learn in Audio Engineering school as well as many other skills but the do not teach you the basics of you Mac. This is many peoples first time working on a Macbook and I think it would be helpful to offer those classes, well at Full Sail anyway. 

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Audio Engineering Society Welcomes New President Dr. Sean Olive - Live Design

Audio Engineering Society Welcomes New President Dr. Sean Olive - Live Design | Audio Engineering | Scoop.it

Audio Engineering Society Welcomes New President Dr.


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This is where I hope to be one day. Start off engineering and doing projects and eventually become the president, ceo, etc of a major company

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Analog Vs. Digital Sound Boards - How to Decide | Acoustics By Design Blog

Analog Vs. Digital Sound Boards - How to Decide | Acoustics By Design Blog | Audio Engineering | Scoop.it
Audio engineers discuss the key considerations for deciding between digital mixing console and an analog sound board. Which is the best option?

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This gives you a good look at analog vs digital consoles. It basically boils down what you can afford, what you are looking to get out of your equipment and what you plan on doing with your equipment.

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Andy Marsh's curator insight, March 9, 2013 3:43 PM

This article concentrates on three main factors when decided if analog or digital should be utilized. Price, Flexability, and Ease of Use.

Here are some pros for each format. Dollar for dollar, digital tends to be less expensive. However, for about a $7,500 entry-level console, the analog should be less expensive. In a digital console, patching signals and making presets is much easier. In an analog setup, the whole board can be seen at once.

 

Here are a few cons for each format. High end analog tends to be more expensive, and the signals and presets are not as flexible. Less expensive digital gear tends to be less user friendly. However, the size of an analog board my be scary to newcomers.

kevin franklin's curator insight, October 13, 2013 11:49 PM

Even though we still use analog we also primarily use digital sounds. We have updated analong techniqes . Knowing which system to use for recording is key for recording arts. I would personally get both just to be diverse with the different ways of recording using different types of boards. 

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Mastered for iTunes: how audio engineers tweak music for the iPod age

Mastered for iTunes: how audio engineers tweak music for the iPod age | Audio Engineering | Scoop.it
Though the lossy compression used for iTunes Plus can cause barely perceptible degradation in audio quality, audio engineers are beginning to create iTunes-specific master files that match CD audio as closely as possible.

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I thought this was super cool for the simple fact it is music mastered to fit iTunes and other forms of media playback. It also has a section that explains to you how to compress music being sent to iTunes.

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135th Audio Engineering Society Convention Hits A Five-Year High - Live Design

135th Audio Engineering Society Convention Hits A Five-Year High - Live Design | Audio Engineering | Scoop.it
135th Audio Engineering Society Convention Hits A Five-Year High Live Design New York, NY, October 24, 2013 — The 135th Audio Engineering Society Convention (Thursday, October 17, through Sunday, October 20, 2013, at the Javits Center in New York...

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This gives everyone the chance and opportunity to check out the newest technology and information when it comes to the audio world.  Also allows you to talk to major hustlers in the audio world

 

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The Next Generation of Female Audio Engineers? | SSR Jakarta

The Next Generation of Female Audio Engineers? | SSR Jakarta | Audio Engineering | Scoop.it
Within the bustle of our students making audio projects for Audio Engineering Techniques and Technology (AETT) course this November, two of SSR Jakarta’s students Mellita and Iviani Nurmatias, discussed the role of females in the audio engineering...

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Women are coming up in the audio engineering world just as well as men. This may be a male dominant profession, but this article shows that women are also running boards, using pro tools, and making that engineering money. 

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Quatessica Vinson's comment, August 16, 2013 6:59 PM
an article on how women will be in engineering in the future
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Beatboxer's technique analysed with MRI scanner - Wired.co.uk

Beatboxer's technique analysed with MRI scanner - Wired.co.uk | Audio Engineering | Scoop.it
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Beatboxer's technique analysed with MRI scanner
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A team of linguists and audio engineers has used magnetic resonance imaging to examine how a beatboxer creates his broad range of percussive sounds.

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This has got to be the dopest article ever. I did not know that "beatboxing" was considered a art form and  is being studied by the USC to see how such people make the array of sounds. Interesting...

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