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The Loudness War
Docs & Non-Fiction (Art & Entertainment), Music
[ 1:53 - from YouTube ]
This video illustrates what a compression effect does to audio. Compressors squash music, making the quiet parts louder and the loud parts a little quieter, so it jumps out of your radio or iPod. The question is: How loud can you make the music? The listener ultimately makes the call.
eGuider: Michael Tapp
Content Creator | Shooter | Camera Tech
Michael Tapp has been working in the television and film industry for five years, relentlessly pursuing his craft since the very beginning. For over a year Michael maintained top of the line high-definition and film cameras while he worked at Armanda Costanza Inc. as a motion picture camera technician. He has also edited shows for the D.I.Y. Network and has shot footage for the Travel Channel. Michael and co-creator Michael Margle developed Scott Summit, a spoof on self-help gurus like Dr. Phil and Tony Robbins. Michael is excited to be a part of New Media and thrilled to have a role in the redevelopment of television as we know it. He is currently based out of Tennessee, enjoys playing guitar, and would love an office in the Sunsphere.