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Welcome! My personal take on it is that they aren't used much but it's nice to have one on hand that someone can casually view for more information on their own. The one I have made though is sorted by order of what I believe to be most important from the top down: Name, regional location (Los Angeles, CA for instance but not the address), phone#, IMDB ...


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Writing a resume can be a door opener, not very likely but it just might. I wouldn't worry about formal formatting unless applying for major company jobs. In my mind, short, to the point and easy to read is what matters. A brief description of you as a person and what you have done previously is fine. Dont write "up" what you've done. If you have no ...


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Real Life delivery formats 44.1/48 kHz @ 16/24 bits Files formats Specification of the Broadcast Wave Format (BWF) - EBU RF64: An Extended File Format for Audio - EBU Standard Mixing Levels for Movie Theater, DVD, TV, Internet, Radio and Games gearslutz thread Interfaces AES/EBU TV : ATSC A/85 EBU R128 Video Game Sony ASWG Apple iTune Mastered ...


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That is a HUGE question with many answers but a few places to start would be: A "sticky" from Gearslutz which will help you to get started: http://www.gearslutz.com/board/post-production-forum/229741-standard-mixing-levels-movie-theater-dvd-broadcast-tv-commercials-etc.html For US broadcast standards you should read the ATSC's A85 document: http://www....


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There is no 100% certain way to determine which equal-tempered scale standard was used as tuning basis for a song. However the vast majority is A440. Many electronic instruments don't really give you any choice. However you ask how to determine it. You'll need to do a spectrum analysis and sum up the energy around the fundamental frequencies of the scales. ...


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Regarding levels there is an article by Jeff Towne http://transom.org/2011/levels/ – excellent explanation of every aspect of this complicated area. It's not so easy to say "max DB standard".


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ATSC/85 is the US broadcast standard. They have a really well done and extensive PDF at ATSC.org


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