Keeping explanations short and sweet can often be a good thing. That's why NonLinear Educating (macProVideo, Ask.Video and AskAudio Academy) have launched a new series called AudioPedia. Tha aim of this series of video courses is to break dowm the confusing terminology into bite-sized video explanations and demonstrations.
In this series, star trainer Joe Albano takes us through every audio concept you could possibly want to know about. Not only is this a great learning tool for those that wish to dip in and out of as a reference, it's also enjoyable to watch form start to finish.
In this one minute video from the first course, Sound Waves & Hearing, Joe Albano explores the basic aspects of the waveform and how we view it using the waveform graph:
AudioPedia - noun | Au·di·o·Pe·di·a | [aw-dee-oh-pee-dee-uh] An animated video informational resource explaining in plain English all aspects of audio: acoustics, mixing, mastering, recording, digital audio terms, microphones, recording, and more.
Created by our audio expert Joe Albano, AudioPedia is the ultimate audio reference tool. Here are the topics covered and defined in the first installment of this authoritative series:
Sound Waves and Hearing:
- Sound Wave
- Compression & Rarefaction
- Waveform | Waveform Graph
- Properties of Sound
- Amplitude | Loudness
- Decibel | dB
- Gain | Unity Gain
- dB Level - dBspl, dBu, dBm
- Average Level | Peak Level
- Frequency | Pitch
- Hertz/kiloHertz | Frequency Response
- Waveshape | Timbre
- Harmonics | Overtones
- Analog (Sound)
- Distortion | Clipping | Analog Warmth
- Human Hearing & Limits
- Threshold of Perception | Threshold of Pain
- Tinnitus | Hearing Protection
So join audio expert Joe Albano and get a deep understanding of audio terminology with the AudioPedia series!