The NLE AudioPedia series, our video-based audio encyclopedia, is an invaluable resource for sound engineers, musicians, students, educators and all audio enthusiasts. This fourth installment is about Recording Media, DAW and Computer terminology.
AudioPedia - noun | Au·di·o·Pe·di·a | [aw-dee-oh-pee-dee-uh] An animated, short format video informational resource explaining in plain English all aspects of audio: acoustics, mixing, mastering, recording, digital audio terms, microphones, recording, and more.
Our AudioPedia series is a comprehensive video dictionary of audio terminology. Created by audio expert Joe Albano, this encyclopedia of technical terms is the ultimate audio reference tool. Here are the topics covered and defined in the fourth installment of this authoritative series:
Recording Media, DAW and Computer
DAW | Digital Audio Workstation
Interface | Audio Interface
Digital Audio Transmission - AES|EBU, SPDIF, ADAT
Word Clock | Jitter
Buffer | RAM Buffer
Hard Disk | Hard Drive
SSD (Solid State Drive)
Flash Drive | Thumb Drive
So join audio expert and trainer Joe Albano and get a deep understanding of audio terminology with the AudioPedia series!
Section 1: Section 1: Recording Media | DAW | Computer
A very usefull way to to clarify doubts about the specifications of a computer to manage audio. Good job!
ivanminuti wrote on December 29, 2017
Even if you're a navigate producer is important to be up to date with latest techlogies, and sometimes clarify small doubt regardin basic theory related to your operative system and computer in general. this course take you deep and quickly inside all the general rules to follow in order to have the settings done properly. I would like to suggest to the master driving the course, to speak a little bit slower, as many users are not mother tougue. Maybe increase the lenght of the single video could potentially help some users to understand better the foundamental explained. however this is fantastic and very useful course for beginners but also for experts, that allows to remind all the factor can potentially influence the workflow of any computer user.