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Check out our Multimedia Audio Course: a 21 chapter-long all-round view about Sound engineering.
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Recording studio of the day
DB Music Production
A full-service digital facility in Columbus, Ohio, USA. Services offered include producing, recording, mixing, mastering, composing, performing, and arranging.
Technique
Magnetic digital media
These media systems have similar characteristics to those used in analogue recording. Indeed the same principle of the aligning of magnetic particles depending on the signal-rate is used, with the difference that in this case it is a signal that represents the samples that have been taken from the analogue signal.
Optical Media
This kind of support makes use of the principle of light-reflection to access stored data. At a later stage in this section we'll be taking a look at the most commonly known optical support, namely, the Compact Disc.
Multimedia Audio Course
Covers of the Multimedia Audio Course
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Schools using the Multimedia Audio Course
The Multimedia Audio Course is used in many schools, universities and music academies. Check out the updated list!

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Audiosonica, proudly annouces the new release of the Multimedia Audio Course in a brand new eBook format.
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PARIS - The ÉFA (École Française d'Audiovisuel/French School for Audio Video) uses and recommends the...