AET 2050 - DAW Production


2. Recording, Playing, and Editing

in DAWs

Objectives:

  1. Define RAM buffereing and describe its use in DAW operations
  1. Compare and contrast DAW operations with conventional record/replay systems
  2. Differentiate between audio files and audio segments
  3. Give advantages of non-linear editing

Reading

Chapter 3, Desktop Audio Technology - Rumsey


The Sound File

RAM Buffering

Operation

Results of use

Disk Drive performance Issues

Allocation Units or Transfer Blocks

Track Usage, Storage Capacity, and Disk Assignment

Principles of Audio editing

Advantages of non-linear editing

Sound files and sound segments

Edit point handling

Crossfading


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