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Formation Digital audio techniques: Fundamentals and practical applications

Training goals

Be able to:
- use a digital sound studio,
- understand and follow different standards,
- identify digital sound errors.

Details

Review of analogue sound signals.
Digitising signals thanks to adapted software.
Converting sampling frequencies, dither, noise shaping.
Measuring levels: VU, PPM, dBFS, LU, Loudness, sample peak and true peak functions.
Reducing throughput: G.711, G722, MPEG, MP3, AAC, AC3, etc.
Synchronising, metrology: eye diagramme and jitter.
AES/UER, S/PDIF, Adat, Madi, Dante™, AVB interfaces: standards and choices.
Sound and IT: installing drivers, - file and container formats.
AES42 and digital Neumann microphones.
Dolby E coding.
Controlling digital sound quality.

Targeted at

Sound engineers and technicians, maintenance technicians and technical managers.

Prerequisites

Know how to use sound systems.

Trainers

Digital sound frequency specialists.

Training methods

Practical hands-on activities to highlight training content.
Presentations and technical demonstrations.

• Overview of digital sound techniques.
• Practical hands-on activities: installing a digital sound studio.
• Using Dante™ on a local network.