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Cubase 10 501 - Studio Series - Recording Guitars.
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Which type of microphone technique will result in a brighter recording?
Because of the proximity effect, moving a microphone closer to the source will result in more:
Which miking position for acoustic guitar will result in more high frequency emphasis?
Sound Whole position
12-15th fret position
Which type of microphone requires phantom power?
Which VST Amp Rack model would be most appropriate for hard rock distortion tones.
What feature in Cubase allows you to add a new recording at a set length and position?
Quick Swipe Comping
Instrument level signals are:
Which microphone offered in the VST Bass Amp is commonly used for acoustical measurements?
Double-tracking and Panning Takes will achieve the same effect as Duplicating and Panning. True or false?
A reamp box converts:
Mic Level to Line Level
Instrument Level to Mic Level
Instrument Level to Line Level
Line level to Instrument Level
You send your DI signal in Cubase to a ___________ on your interface when reamping.
Which element of a delay effect will determine how long the delay lasts for?
High Pass Filter
Active Ribbon Mics require phantom power, while tube ribbon mics have their own power supply. True or false?
Create a _______ and turn on group editing to edit multiple events at once.
The filtering effect produced from phase cancelation is called:
Band Pass Filtering
Hi Pass Filtering
Low Pass Filter
What is the most common dynamic microphone for recording guitar cabs?
The Wah Wah pedal position can be automated with any MIDI continuous controller, like Modulation Wheel. True or false?
Diagonal lines on events in Cubase designate:
Tube Condenser mics require phantom power. True or false?
Which is more common for studio bass recording?
Higher Watt Amps
Lower Watt Amps
Which miking techniques requires two bidirectional condensers?
What guitar recording technique allows you to record DI guitar, edit the DI, and then still use a real amp?
Which of the following is the most difficult to edit?
When Double-Tracking stereo acoustic guitar recordings, typically the:
Lows will be Center and the Highs will be on the Sides
Highs will be Center and the Lows will be on the Sides
Channels will all be hard panned
Which polar pattern rejects the most sound from the sides?
Cubase 10 501
Studio Series - Recording Guitars
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