Introduction to visualising sound

Because sound is difficult to visualise, musicians, studio designers, and recording, mastering and live sound engineers all rely on a wide variety of diagrams and meters to help them visualise and measure it, and to operate the features and functions of sound recording, sound processing and sound editing equipment.

Some of these diagrams and meters are widely found in the project studio, in manuals, software interfaces and hardware displays. Therefore it is essential that studio owners know how to interpret them.

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