SOUND & AUDIO. IN ELECTRONIC MEDIA APPLICATIONS. Some Characteristics of Sound. A Good Website for An Introduction to Sound Waves. Amplitude or Loudness Human ear - from 1 - 120db-SPL. Frequency or Pitch Human voice - 10 - 20, 000 hertz Musical instruments - 30 - 20,000
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A Good Website for An Introduction to Sound Waves
Amplitude or Loudness Human ear - from 1 - 120db-SPL
Frequency or Pitch Human voice - 10 - 20, 000 hertz Musical instruments - 30 - 20,000
Timbre A sound’s ‘color’ and richness
Microphone Impedance Levels:
Ratings in Ohms Impedance Level 38 - 150 Low 600-2400 Medium 9600 & above High
Impedance is an electronics term which measures the amount of opposition a device has to an AC current (such as an audio signal). Technically speaking, it is the combined effect of capacitance, inductance, and resistance on a signal.
LOW impedance is better than HIGH impedance. Low is usually associated with Professional Mics,High, with amateur Mics
1. Ribbon - delicate, rich sound, generally for studio.
2. Moving Coil/Dynamic - sturdy, multiple sizes, shapes & applications.
3. Condenser - charge plate; needs a power source; reliable and varied applications
Pickup Patterns (Directionality)
1. Omni 2. Bi- 3. Uni- a) cardioid b) hyper cardioid c) super cardioid
Professional - XLR (grounded):
Amateur - RCA (Ungrounded)
Male & Female RCA Connectors
Mini Plug Connector