What Is Networked Recording?

- Oct 09, 2018-

Networked recording refers to the use of computer networks to connect geographically dispersed recording production points into a whole to jointly complete the recording method of a recording task. Compared with the traditional recording method, the networked recording method can be said to move forward a big step.

Networked recording has the following characteristics:

(1) Networked recording improves the overall quality of the program. The development of networked recording is based on digital recording. In the case of networked recording, the sound is stored in the hard disk or server in the form of data. The transmission of sound is realized through the network, so the networked recording realizes the real the digitization of the recording in the sense further enhances the quality of the sound.

(2) In order to shorten the time of program production, the networked recording method can divide a recording task into several items, which are respectively performed on several audio workstations; this is the most essential feature of networked recording.

(3) Networked recording method can easily use online sound resources such as music and sound. Online music and audio can come to the Internet or in the server on the internal LAN. When you need to use these materials, you can use the search function to quickly and easily find the music and audio data that the program requires.



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