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Discussion in 'Music Corner' started by Doug Hess Jr., Mar 13, 2004.

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  1. Bob Lovely

    Bob Lovely Super Gort Staff

    Do not forget "vocal tuning"! :eek:

    Bob :)
     
  2. Craig

    Craig (unspecified) Staff

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    Doug,

    Thanks for taking this on. The glossary was becoming the Buckingham Nicks of this forum.

    -Craig
     
  3. Jamie Tate

    Jamie Tate New Member

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    Oh yeah. Good idea.
     
  4. alexpop

    alexpop Power pop + other bad habits....

    B.O.L.= Breath Of Life

    3-D = Three dimensional sound
     
  5. Pug

    Pug Elitist Snob

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    OK...I"ll ask. What's vocal tuning?

    Sean
     
  6. Bob Lovely

    Bob Lovely Super Gort Staff

    A device that changes the pitch of vocals during concerts, recording or in post production. Essentially, this device can correct errors made by a talented performer or make an untalented performer more in pitch [see Britney Spears].

    Bob :)
     
  7. Pug

    Pug Elitist Snob

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    Thanks Bob!

    Now I know. And knowing is half the battle! ;)

    Sean
     
  8. Brian Cruz

    Brian Cruz Forum Resident

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    I'm not up on the lingo. What's BIN stand for?
     
  9. Peter D

    Peter D Forum Resident

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    a few more glossary suggestions:

    * jitter
    * remaster, remix (a lot of newbies, not to mention the general public, seem to confuse these two terms)
    * the various terms related to preparing LPs (eg, lacquer, cutting, lathe). Actually, perhaps a time-line briefly describing each sequential step in the production of an LP (or a CD/SACD/DVD) would be useful.
     
  10. Peter D

    Peter D Forum Resident

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    On eBay, BIN = Buy it now (ie, purchasing an item outright for a set price as opposed to taking your chances on bidding)
     
  11. reechie

    reechie Senior Member

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    Should we make a distinction between "limiter splatter" and "Beatles limiter splatter"?
     
  12. John Carsell

    John Carsell Forum Resident

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    Here's one I'm not clear on....."over-ripe".

    I've heard Humorem use this term more than once.
     
  13. MikeP5877

    MikeP5877 Reopened by request

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    Stupid question but, uh, what are "transients"? I thought I would ask here rather than start a thread and call even more attention to my stupid question.
     
  14. Tony Caldwell

    Tony Caldwell Forum Resident

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    "hoodlie hoodlie" = a term a friend of mine used to describe the "shredder" guitar solos of the eighties. I always thought that was funny.

    They all sound the same..."hoodlie hoodlie hoodlie hoodlie hoodlie hoodlie"
     
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