Bandwidth is the difference between the upper and lower frequencies in a continuous band of frequencies. In audio systems bandwidth is simply the range of frequencies that an audio system can process. This is usually between 20 Hertz to 20,000 Hertz. This is the frequency range that the human ear can pick up. Bandwidth represents the width of a… Continue reading What Is Band Width In Audio?
Sound just like any other force of nature has its merits and demerits. It pays to understand it well in order to use to our advantage. I’ve worked in audio production for almost a decade now and I’ve gained some experience in recording loud sounds for sound effect purposes. One question I recently got when… Continue reading Can You Be Killed By Sound?
Games are a great way to unwind for most people. Thanks to technology, the gaming industry has drastically changed its approach in both value delivery and standards. Video games are now more than ever so realistic that they some times feel more real than what they simulate. We thing we know for sure is that… Continue reading Is Mono Output Good For Gaming?
In audio production we work with different equipment such as mics, cables and all sorts of other gear. In this post I’ll discuss What happens when you plug a mono plug into a stereo jack… But before we get into that, let’s get a working understanding of both. In audio engineering we use a stereo… Continue reading What Happens If You Plug A Mono Plug Into A Stereo Jack?
Someone just getting into audio production will have a lot of questions. From equipment, to choosing the right daw, setting equipment and so many other things. Instruments are another type of equipment that have their own level of sophistication independent of other things. This post will discuss why guitars use unbalanced cables because this a… Continue reading Why Do Guitars Use Unbalanced Cables?
Deciding on which connection type to go with depends on a lot of things. You have to decide what you’re looking to accomplish as well as understand different types of connection and how they’re used. Of course audio production work requires that you use good connections that can deliver noise free recordings. This post will… Continue reading Can You Use TRS As TS?
When it comes to audio equipment, there are various kinds of equipment that are all priced differently. One of the reasons why most people fail to get into audio production is because they think all audio equipment is expensive but that’s not the case at all. With that in mind, an intern engineer working at… Continue reading Why Are Balanced Cables So Expensive?
Cabling is such an important aspect in audio production equipment because it allows us to hook up all of the systems we need for our work station. There are a number of different cables out there that usually fall under two categories which are balanced and unbalanced. In this post we are discussing balanced cables.… Continue reading Are Balanced Cables Louder?
If you’ve had to deal with acoustics or acoustic management then you’ve obviously come across soundproofing. Soundproofing is important in maintaining and controlling acoustics in a room. Sound travels via air therefore knowing how to control it within a room requires some precision and a good working understanding of acoustics. Soundproof experts will soundproof various… Continue reading Can You Soundproof An Existing Wall?
Knowing the properties of sound and its various nuances is important for somebody working in audio production. There are various things to know about sound and this point one particular kind of sound called the Tonal Sound. You’ve probably come across the term “tone” if you work in audio production. It’s a good idea to… Continue reading What Is Tonal Sound?