When you open the tab, you will see an area for CTVA 358. Important information such as the syllabus, project descriptions (assignments), tentative weekly schedule, and reading list are located. A downloadable PDF copy of the syllabus, projects, and schedule is located at the top of the syllabus page.
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In the previous article, we stressed the need for proper monitoring of your audio and careful selection of your headphones. This month, we will look at the importance of proper microphone placement.
As musicians, you’ve had it relatively easy when it came to deploying your mics. Vocal microphones are kept close to the singer, often just inches away from the face. Instrument microphones are also at point blank range. These extremely close proximities are routinely practiced, even though the vocalist may be near screaming, and the volume of most raw instruments (or their amps) far exceeds that of the human voice.
- Category: Post Production
- Created on Friday, August 22, 2014
- David Bondelevitch
David J. Bondelevitch, MPSE, CAS recently shared with members of the UFVA a copy of his lecture notes and instructional files that he used during his lecture. These files are for sharing with fellow faculty members and students. We appreciate Professor Bondelevitch's generosity ever so much!