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Past Exam for AET 3190 - Audio Engineering II with Prince at Belmont (BU)

Exam Information

Material Type:Mid-Term
Professor:Prince
Class:AET 3190 - Audio Engineering II
Subject:Audio Engineering Technology
University:Belmont University
Term:Summer I 2008
Keywords:
  • Phantom Power
  • Off the Record
  • Condenser Microphone
  • Calibration
  • Bi-Directional
  • Directional
  • The Channel
  • Sensitivity
  • Omni-Directional
  • Manufacturer
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AET 3190 Audio Engineering II Mid Term Exam Summer 08 June 30, 2008 1. Regarding recording consoles in general, the signal path from the microphone to the multi-track input is referred to as the : A. Monitor Path B. Channel Path C. Mix Path D. None of The Above 2. Regarding recording consoles in general, the signal path from the multi-track output to the stereo mix output and speakers is referred to as the: A. Monitor Path B. Channel Path C. Record Path D. None of The Above 3. For added flexibility, the NEVE and SSL consoles change the output of the monitor and channel signal paths with the: A. c/o switch B. flip switch C. pre switch D. Status Switches 4. On the NEVE console in status, the output of the channel path is routed to: A. The Aux Outputs B. The Mix Busses C. The Buss Assign Switches D. The Small Faders 5. The “Fader Swap” switch (NEVE) and the “Fader Reverse” switch (SSL), are used in the A. Record status (NEVE) and status (SSL) B. status (NEVE) and RECORD status (SSL) C. ...

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