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The Difference Between Sound Isolation and Insulation

There is a distinct difference between sound isolation and insulation, the same as the difference between water resistant and water proof.  Insulation absorbs frequencies,...
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What is Audio Mixing?

Audio mixing is a process where multiple recorded sounds are adjusted or combined into one or more audio tracks or channels to create a...
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What Are Audio Equalizers?

Equalization is a term used to signify a method that adjusts, corrects or modifies the balance of different frequencies within electronic signals.  It is...
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Microphone Frequency Response

Learn what a Frequency Response is and how it will help you with microphone selection
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Microphone Transient Response

Transient response is the measure of a microphones ability to capture a very sudden sound “attack”. The limitations of a microphones transient response are...
What is Reverb

What is Reverb?

Reverb or reverberation is a term that refers to the persistence of sound that continues because of its interaction with the surrounding environment even...