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    Audio Engineer

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    Audio Engineer An audio engineer is responsible for the operation of the soundboard and other equipment in the recording of music, words, sounds, or any combination of such material. There are several types of engineering positions available in today's studios. In large studios, there are usually several engineers, each with the own duties and contributions. There are recording engineers, recording assistants, set-up engineers, maintenance engineers, and even mix-down engineers in some cases.

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    Paleontological Audio Technology

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    Paleontological Audio Technology In very recent years the advances in science and technology we have made have been incredible; from cloning sheep and human tissue to almost completing the human genome, the scientific community has taken great steps with the help of technology. One such area in this community is the study of geology. Computers aid geologists in determining the best places to drill for oil and natural gas, along with trying to determine mineral deposits and the compositions of

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    How Audio Products Work

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    How Audio Products Work There are several standard music distribution formats. The MP3 and the compact disc (CD) are the two most common at the moment, but cassette tapes are still around. The Sony Minidisk is another format that Sony has been trying to popularize for many years. A Minidisk looks a lot like a floppy disk but is slightly smaller (7 cm, 2.75 inches square). CDs store 74 minutes of music in a nearly indestructible form and have the advantage of being a digital format, but

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    Audio Digital Devices

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    An S-curve analysis of the portable audio players industry yields interesting insights about the technological evolution of the industry as well as the implications for the firms competing in the market of such devices. In order to effectively analyze the industry it is useful to first provide a brief overview of the evolution of the technology of portable audio players. In 1964 the first portable audio device was introduced in the market, the 8 track cartridge stereo. The four most important features

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    Digital Audio

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    without attending to their concerts. An understanding of hearing, sound and its conversion into digital data is essential to properly utilize sound recording and playback facilities. It is also helpful to know the essential properties of digital audio in order to maximize sound editing techniques. • Digital Sampling, Filtering and Compression a. Sound Production and Digital Sampling Sound is produced through variations in air pressure. Stringed instruments, mainly guitars, use vibrations to produce

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    Audio Format Wars

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    Audio Format Wars Before buying a new car, getting married, or adopting a new audio format it is wise to ask a few questions, peer under the hood, and ask the advice of someone you trust. Will the new format satisfy your needs not only now but, also in the future? Will it look (and sound) as good on all the mornings after you first met? The analogue cassette is an old and trusted versatile friend that went with you on those morning jogs and cruised in the car with you on Friday nights

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    Careers In The Military, Audio

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    Careers In The Military, Audio The occupation of an audio engineer can encompass many different areas of music production. From recording bands in the studio, synchronizing audio to film, sound reinforcement, to even developing the latest technology in the audio field. The possibilities are broad and seemingly endless. It is a field that is constantly changing, and qualifications are always increasing. Many don’t realize the commitment, drive, hard work and dedication involved with becoming

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    JL Audio For this assignment, I chose to interview JL Audio cofounder Lucio Proni. JL Audio is a consumer/professional audio manufacturer located in Miramar Florida that produces speakers for boats, cars, and home sound systems. Lucio Proni is an engineer and cofounded of the company with his high school buddy Jim Birch. During the mid-1970’s when they were on their summer break from the University of Florida, Lucio and Jim decided to mess around with component speakers and wound up building home

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    Careers in Acoustic and Audio Equipment Design Audio engineers have an interesting combination of character traits. On the one hand they tend to love music and want to have a hand in creating it. On the other hand they are also lovers of technology and ‘cool gear’. Along with an interest in technology usually comes an interest in understanding how it works – a desire to master the technology. With some people also comes a desire to go beyond the latest gear and ‘do it better’. They have a

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    Car Audio Installation

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    The art of car audio installation has been around for years. Car stereos date back to the 1930’s with many of the Worlds vehicles traveling on unpaved roads with nothing but the sounds of the cars creaking or the tires travelling along these uneven and bumpy roads, long trips would’ve driven anyone insane. Car radios are almost a necessity to keep up with the news on subjects happening in the world and the local population while you are on the go. This however led to companies throwing in the cheapest

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