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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Undersampling

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30 Jan 2017
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Quantization is a procedure of constraining something from a continuous set of values (analog) to relatively small discrete set (digital). Digital audi
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Binary Number, Observational Error, Multiplexer

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30 Jan 2017
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Fun fact: the first digital masters were stored on video tape as fake video signal in which sample values, represented as binary numbers with digits of
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture 26: Intro to Music Technology MIDI

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15 Feb 2017
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Channel messages (pertaining to information on a particular channel: voice, mode. System messages (pertaining to the system as a whole: real-time, comm
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture 25: Intro to Music Technology MIDI 2

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15 Feb 2017
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Pitch bend (2 data bytes: a method of modifying the sound of a held note, pitch bend wheel on a midi instrument is bidirectional, defaulting at the cen
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Auto-Tune

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30 Jan 2017
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Fast Fourier Transform, Frequency Domain

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30 Jan 2017
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Each block of data = frame, which has 2 things: a magnitude spectrum that depicts amplitude of every analyzed frequency component and, a phase spectrum
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 23: Spectral Resolution, Fast Fourier Transform, Synthesizer

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5 Feb 2017
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Ex: 1024 = 1024 samples in a frame. Fft = no time, frequency bins, and magnitude (amplitude) Size of each bin = sr/# of total bins. To get greater spec
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Professional Audio, Music Technology, Multitrack Recording

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30 Jan 2017
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Cables- one of the most common points of noise entry is the cable. From mic to recorder, noise can accumulate and damage final sound output. Unbalanced
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 10: Mid-Range Speaker, Tweeter, Pop Filter

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30 Jan 2017
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 1: Fourier Series, Paner, Potentiometer

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30 Jan 2017
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The presence or absence of partials change over the duration of a sound event as do the amplitudes of these partials. The shape of the amplitude change
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture 24: Intro to Music Technology MIDI 3

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15 Feb 2017
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Mode refers to the way a device is set to respond to midi messages. The midi specification defines 4 modes of operation. Midi mode change messages are
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NUMUST 1220Frengel MikeFall

MUST 1220 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Least Significant Bit, Radix, Hexadecimal

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30 Jan 2017
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Numbers are represented as successive powers of a base or radix. Base of 10, termed the decimal system, most commonly used. Ex: 1324 (1 x 10^3) + (3 x
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