Year of release : 2016
Manufacturer : Ask Video
Manufacturer site : www.askvideo.com/course/audio-mistakes-107-10-common-signal-flow-mistakes
Posted by : Joe Albano
Duration : 01:11:00
Type of handing out material : Video Tutorial
Language : English
Description : Signal Flow is the journey of your sound from a microphone (or instrument) to the final mix. Along the way, a lot of terrible things can happen. The signal can degrade and sound quality is often destroyed. In this course, Joe Albano will explain how NOT to make mistakes in signal routing, which create distortions or overloads and cause damage to excellent sound production.
When you insert a plugin into your DAW, that insertion is actually a connection. That’s the signal flow. Making it a bad connection. Let you not have!
Signal flow from the microphone to the final mix. Along the way, all kinds of awful things can happen that’ll degrade and sometimes destroy. In this course, it’s not a problem.
For instance, do you know your processors in a channel strip? Or how to best deploy audio sends and returns? What about gain-staging, like I / O and FX chain gain, where can you go awry? Then there are those dreaded digital overloads. These are the issues that are explained and explored in this course.
So join Joe Albano If you’re learning, you will be master
02 Processing Order (07:54)
03 Sends & Returns (09:00)
04 Pre-vs Post-Fader Sends (07:31)
05 Subgroups (06:58)
06 Outside the Box (06:16)
07 Plug-in I / O Gain (08:10)
08 I / O Gain vs Effect Gain (05:12)
09 Aux Faders (02:40)
10 Master Fader (03:01)
11 Overload & Headroom (06:11)
12 Wrap-Up (01:15)
Sample files : none
Video Format : MP4
Video : AVC, 1280×720, 16: 9, 30.000 fps, 722 Kbps
Audio : AAC, 44.1 KHz, 96.0 Kbps, 2 channels