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An audio signal consisting of a single, discrete, channel of information. Contrasted with stereo (two channels) or multi-channel (two or more channels).
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an interface standard used for connecting external devices to computers. It is similar in concept, but not in implementation, to USB. Firewire is frequently used …
an audio visual software company that was an early pioneer in software-based non-linear editing.
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Panning refers to the placement of sound within a stereo field, and is a part of the mixing process.
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a style of electrical connector, primarily found on professional audio, video, and stage lighting equipment
Originally referred to the vertical arrangement of zones of recording on linear audio tape
A communication technology used between a host DAW and Propellerhead Record / Reason.
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A motion graphics and compositing tool developed by Apple
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