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Copied from the Tascam manual: Analog audio input/output ratings MIC/EXT IN jacks (supporting plug-in power) Connector: 1/8” (3.5 mm) stereo mini Input impedance: 25 kâ„Ĥ Nominal input level: –20 dBV Maximum input level: –4 dBV This Tascam doesn't even take nominal consumer level without distorting (-10dBV). Most likely on an RCA output from a mixer you'll ...


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The most common cause of this kind of asymmetric drift is dropped frames. With older equipment, there were sometimes inconsistencies in the internal clocks that would result in issues that time didn't flow at a consistent rate between samples, but most decent modern hardware, while it may have slightly different rates, is inherently stable at that rate. ...


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It depends entirely on the output of the board. It is highly unlikely that it will be needed as it should most likely match up with the line input on your Tascam since both are professional devices, but stranger things have been known to happen. Some boards do output to consumer level signal on the RCA connections rather than expecting a professional tape ...


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It depends on the exact studio's process, but generally either an animatic (basically a roughly animated storyboard) or the audio is done first. In the case of Family Guy and American Dad specifically, it sounds like they work on the audio and the animatic first. The advantage to doing an animatic first is it can help the voice actors visualize what will ...



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