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What is Music Production? by Craig Golding, Russ Hepworth-Sawyer

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APPENDIX F-2Glossary

16 bit A common wordlength used for digital audio. The CD standard is 16 bit.

360 deal Deals created to encapsulate and draw from all aspects of an artist’s income. A label might insist on a percentage of an artist’s live merchandise income, for example.

44.1 kHz A common sample rate used for digital audio recording. The CD standard is 44.1 kHz.

AAC See “MP4.”

Abbey Road Possibly one of the most famous studios in the world. Owned by EMI, this legendary studio in North London was where the Beatles recorded, among many others.

ADT Artificial Double Tracking, the process of doubling a track without the need for a second performance. Most commonly used on vocals and guitars in order to thicken the sound and texture. ADT can ...

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