tailieunhanh - advice for audio professionals
In almost all modern computers, each memory cell is set up to store binary numbers in groups of eight bits (called a byte). Each byte is able to represent 256 different numbers (2^8 = 256); either from 0 to 255 or −128 to +127. To store larger numbers, several consecutive bytes may be used (typically, two, four or eight). When negative numbers are required, they are usually stored in two's complement notation. Other arrangements are possible, but are usually not seen outside of specialized applications or historical contexts. A computer can store any kind of information in memory if it. | FEEL FREE TO FORWARD THIS PDF TO YOUR INTERESTED FRIENDS AND ASSOCIATES SŨUHD FiDk icE USB Or Firewire by Alec Watson I have received some e-mails lately asking whether to go with Firewire or USB interfaces here are some thoughts I find that Firewire has more stability on older systems. This may in part be due to the fact that you have your printer cordless mouse keyboard hub external hard drive camera USB coffee maker . all plugged into the USB ports while the Firewire port sits empty. If I were to choose one system over another that would be why. A Firewire port will likely be dedicated to your music interface allowing for uninterrupted bandwidth to and from your processor. USB microphones will be a big hit this year -1 don t think I would run out and buy 12 of these and then plug them into a couple of USB hubs and then record my band - though conceivably you should be able to do this. But if you just want a simple rig for getting sound into the computer these little techie gifts from the Computers Gods are awesome. I first reviewed the Samson USB mic last year and although it isn t likely to replace any of my studio mics anytime soon value for money it was excellent. Apparently I wasn t the only one who thought this as there are all sorts of manufacturers who will be peddling USB mics this year. If you just need to get an acoustic instrument or vocal into the computer you will be hard pressed to beat the ease of use and price of these. The greatest innovation possibly of all time I have saved for last insert echo-y deep announcer voice Roland s V-series MIDI accordion You think I am joking don t you I am a bit. Seriously however this thing rules prod-ucts en FR-7 . For all the keyboard players and programmers out there who have to twiddle for hours with all sorts of knobs to get their keyboards to play horns or strings this unassuming little machine could change programming as we know it. The biggest reason a keyboard can t recreate a realistic .
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