Which of these statements regarding the MIDI audio format is true?
|A)||It is difficult to change instruments.|
|B)||Spoken audio is difficult to include.|
|C)||Sound tracks can be edited using waveform editors.|
|D)||Files are generally larger than the same digital audio sound.|
|E)||Stretching and changing the sound distorts the quality.|
|A)||when the level of a signal exceeds the recorder’s maximum recording level|
|B)||when an editor cuts the ends of an audio track|
|C)||when audio clips are downsampled to a lower frequency or sample rate|
|D)||when an audio clip is converted to a lossy file format|
|E)||when a longer audio recording is split into smaller clips|
When sound is digitized, the frequency with which a section of sound is taken and stored is known as the:
Processing an audio signal to modify its frequency content so that it sounds “brighter” or “darker” is called:
The default format for iPod, iPhone, PlayStation, Wii, Dsi, and many mobile phones is:
Adobe Flash can read and save files in which compressed audio format?
Because the quality of audio is based on the quality of recording and not the device on which the end user will play the audio, digital audio is:
Why is normally appropriate to record the human voice in mono?
|A)||The sound comes from just one point.|
|B)||The voice has a limited frequency range.|
|C)||When recorded in stereo, the recording results in a strange “flange” effect.|
|D)||It is easier to mix two mono dialog tracks to left and right channels.|
|E)||It has a limited dynamic range.|
The file size of a 20-second recording, sampled at 11 kHz, 16-bit stereo (two tracks) would be about:
The process of adjusting the volume of a sound to bring it to a standard level is called: