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Bias is a very high frequency signal that is incorporated in the recording of any magnetic medium. Magnetic recording equipment generates a bias current that is required to enable the magnetic oxide to record the audio portion of a signal - somewhat like an audio catalyst. The signal generated
A sync-pop is a 1kHz tone that is exactly one film frame in duration, used for matching picture and sound negatives together. The sync-pop must occur exactly two seconds (or three feet) before the first frame of picture (FFOP) in a film reel. If the picture negative contains a standard Academy
EQ, or equalization, is the application of a boost or cut to specific frequencies in audio program. The term “EQ shift,” as used in a QC log or report, refers to a sudden audible change in the frequency content of a program. Take, for example, a film in which two characters are having a