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Modern Recording Techniques, 9th Edition by Robert E. Runstein, David Miles Huber

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CHAPTER 18 Monitoring

 

 

 

 

 

Throughout the entire recording process, our ability to judge and adjust sound is primarily based on what’s heard through the monitor speakers in a project studio or professional control room environment (Figure 18.1). In fact, within the audio and video industries, the word “monitor” refers to a device that acts as a subjective professional standard or reference by which program material can be critically evaluated.

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FIGURE 18.1 Example of a professional monitoring system: Hit Factory Criteria, Miami, FL. (Courtesy of Solid State Logic LTD, www­.so­lid­-st­ate­-lo­gic­.co­m)

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