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magnetism in live audio room equipments
a lot of common equipment you might see and use in a typical live audio room needs magnetism to work. here are four of the common devices in a live audio room that absolutely requires magnetism in order to work or to function properly. some of these convert sound into electrical signals using wires and magnets and some convert electrical signals into sound by using electro magnetism.
a microphone senses and captures sounds from the studio and transforms it into electrical impulses using magnets and coils. microphones used in live audio room applications are slightly different to public address microphones, since issues such as feedback isn’t an issue in a studio.
experienced radio announcers will often have a preferred or a favorite microphone. some of the usual sought after microphones in live audio rooms include the electro-voice re27n/d, sennheiser md421, electro voice re20, rode procaster and rode broadcaster.
studio monitor speakers
studio monitor speakers are types of speakers that gives an easy way to hear what is going on air with out the use of headphones. most of the time, these are very high quality and expensive set of speakers to allow the announcer to hear abnormalities in sound quality of the audio.
these are loudspeakers installed in speaker boxes designed specifically for audio production applications such as broadcasting or live audio, recording studios, television studios, filmmaking, radio studios and project or home studios, where the accuracy of the sound reproduction is critical. among professional audio engineers, the term "monitor" means that the speaker is designed to produce relatively flat or linear phase and frequency responses.
some of the most popular studio monitor speakers are the following:
1.jbl lsr305 professional studio monitor
2.neumann kh 120a active studio monitor
3.adam audio a7x powered studio monitor
4.yamaha hs8 studio monitor
5.krk rp5g3-na rokit 5 generation 3 powered studio monitor
another type of speaker system used in live audio rooms are cue speakers. these are separate speakers from the studio monitors and is often provided for the announcer for them to hear all audio that isn’t going to air. by having a separate speaker for this, the radio announcers can be certain their preview audio isn’t going to air.
studio speakers are automatically turned off whenever a microphone is activated. due to this, anyone in a studio needs headphones to hear what is going on air. headphones work similar to speakers however they have a lower power output compared to the cue speakers and studio monitor speakers. headphones are mainly used to allow the announcer and other people in the live audio room to hear audio and avoid the audio feedback.
headphones contain electroacoustic transducers, which convert an electrical signal to a corresponding sound. headphones lets only one user listen to an audio source, in contrast to a loud speaker, which emits sound into the open air for anyone close enough to hear.
some of the frequently used headphones in live audio rooms are the following:
sennheiser hd280 pro
extreme isolation ex-29
beyerdynamic dt770 pro
focal spirit professional
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•A typical broadcast studio consists of an audio console, microphones, computers, studio monitors, and disc players.
•The audio console converts analog audio (voice via microphone) and phone calls to a digital output. It also allows for the mixing of all sound sources from CDs, computers, and other digital sources before being sent to the transmitter. Aslider controls the volume of each sound source.
•The live audio and control rooms are connected by cables for the exchange of audio and digital data signal during recording, mixing, and even editing of all audio-video elements digitally stored on hard drives.