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WaveLab 101 - Introduction To Mastering.
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  • 1

    Which of the following is NOT a good definition of mastering?

  • 2

    What is the easiest way to start and stop a project?

  • 3

    Where can you select the audio interface you want to use with WaveLab?

  • 4

    Reducing the low mids can add "shine" to a mix. True or false?

  • 5

    If you experience audio anomalies in playback (like clicking, popping and dropouts) you should ____________.

  • 6

    What is the key command to split an audio file in the Montage workspace?

  • 7

    In which workspace can you edit audio information destructively?

  • 8

    Which meter shows the perceived loudness of an audio file?

  • 9

    Who sets the final mastering volume of a song?

  • 10

    To make a mix "punchy", you should use ____________.

  • 11

    Which of the following is NOT part of the Master Section?

  • 12

    In Wavelab, the Multiband Compressor works on _____ separate frequency bands.

  • 13

    When using the Maximizer plug-in, which control should you use to make the mix louder?

  • 14

    Over the past few decades, what happened to dynamic range in commercial recordings?

  • 15

    When setting up your studio environment, your monitors should be positioned at two points of ______________.

WaveLab 101
Introduction To Mastering
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