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Name: Maglasang Rick Vincent Grade and Section: 10 Amethyst Date: Sept 4, 2019

Activity 1

For The Record…


Objectives:

 Identify the basic recording equipment of a digital radio studio


 Classify whether devices use electricity and/or magnetism when used in recording audio
 Start a literature search on electromagnetic induction's role in recording technology

Materials:

 Pictures of the radio studio control and audio room OR


 Video clip on a radio station tour, video player, screen, and accessories
 Pen and activity sheet/science notebook

Procedure:

PART A. Virtual Tour of a Radio Broadcasting Studio

1. Read the scenario and study the video clip or pictures selected by your teacher, similar to what is
shown in Figures 1 to 3.

Activity Scenario: During non- class hours, you frequently meet your friends playing and making
music together. One afternoon you decided to go to your local radio station to ask what equipment
and software is needed to start recording at home.
At the broadcast studio, with the ratio technician out, the staff allowed you to take pictures inside
the control room and live audio room, similar to what is shown in Figures 1 to 3.

2. On your science activity notebook, make a table, similar to Table 1.


List all the equipment that you canidentify in the photo shown in Figure 1.
Table 1. Typical Radio Broadcast Studio Equipment (Control room or Announcer's Booth)

Equipment Needs Electricity Needs Magnetism


Microphones (for the √
broadcaster, spinner or
disc jockey and for the
station guest/s)
Computer unit and √
accessories
Video web camera (no √
speaker)
Head phone √
Audio console mixer √
Sound monitors or √
boxed speakers
"wired" landline √
telephone
Satellite receiver √

Lighting units √ √
Ventilation and air √
conditioning units
Audio- video cables √
Power supply units √
Extension wires √
Manual switches √

Guide Questions:

Q1. How many of the devices you identified inside the control room need electricity to operate?

Ans: may vary according to what electrical devices the students can identify from the pictures or

videoclips. Generally most equipment function using electricity

Q2. How many of the devices you identified inside the control room need magnetism to operate?

Ans: may vary according to what devices the students can identify as generally operating with parts or
materials having a permanent or a temporary magnetic nature. Generally, many materials that run on

electricity has an associated magnetism to it.


3. On your science activity notebook, make another table similar to Table 2. List also all the equipment
that you can identify in the pictures shown in Figures 2 and 3. Indicate with a mark whether the
equipment/device needs electricity and or magnetism to operate.

Table 2. Radio Broadcast Studio Equipment (Live Audio Room/Newsroom)

Equipment Needs Electricity Needs Magnetism


Microphone (for the √
anchorman, show host and
station guests and music
equipment)
Video/television monitors √
and accessories
Video camera and √
recorder
Head phone √
Digital video mixer √
Audio mixer √
Audio/ audio- video media √
players
Microphone and video √
camera stands
Audio- video cables and √
power supply units
Lighting units √
Ventilation/ air conditioning √ √
units
Wireless in- ear monitors √
VHS and cassette tapes √ √
CD's VCD's DVD's √ √
Manual switches √
Remote Control √
Guide Questions:

Q3. How many of the devices you identified inside the live audio room need electricity to operate?

Ans: May vary according to what electrical devices the students can identify from pictures or video
clips
Generally, most equipment function using electricity

Q4. How many of the devices you identified inside the live audio room need magnetism to operate?
Ans: Generally operating with parts or materials having permanent or temporarily magnetic natures.
Generally, many materials that run on electricity also has an associated magnetism

Q5. What other devices not shown in the photo may be used inside the live audio room?

Ans: Timing devices, Musical instruments (non electric or electronic) alarm devices etc.

Part B. My Own Home Recording Studio! For Life..

1. You could be an aspiring singer, a music artist, a student who needs to record audio presentations
or
simply one planning to have a start up home recording studio. Use Table 3 and extend your
understanding of the recording industry by matching the devices in Column B and their respective
functions in column C with the items in column A. Write the letter and number for coding your answer.

Table 3. A home Recording Studio Start- Up Equipment

A B C
Picture Coded Answer Device Name Function
1. F IV A. Headphone I. Used for playing
some digital
instruments,
recording, adding
1.
effects, and mixing
different sources of
sound signals.
2.E II B. Studio Monitor II. Microphones and
musical instruments
are plugged into this,
2. which in turn is
connected to the
computer
3. A V C. Audio Interface III. Processor should
be reasonably fast
enough to record, edit,
3.
mix, store, and master
a copy of the record.
4. G VI D. Digital Audio IV. Converts sound
Software (DAW) into electrical signal
4.
5. B VII E. Computer Unit V. Used for
"referencing" or for
checking what the mix
5. would sound like on
the equipment
6. C II F. Condenser or VI. Used for
Dynamic Microphone connecting audio
interface,
6. microphones, studio
monitors, and different
instruments
7. D I G. Cables VII. Commonly known
as speakers but these
7. give a sound close
enough to the real
sound input.

Guide Question:

Q6. Which Devices on table 3 are powered, entirely or partially, by electromagnetic induction ( the

phenomenon of a changing magnetic or electric field's effect on electricity or magnetism)?

Ans: The microphone, computer unit, headphone, studio monitor, and the audio interface areentirely or
partially by electromagnetic interference, basically these are supposed to be shielded to work most
effectively and do not use electromagnetic induction to operate. Moreover, the digital audio software is
just a computer application on virtual studios , thus do not also operate on the EMI principles
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It is celebrated across the United States on the second Monday in October, and is an official city and state holiday in various
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