Everything besides PQ code and dithering was essentially was a review for myself. This is not me complaining though, quite the opposite in fact. It was nice to have a little review before studying for the final. As for the entire course itself it was informative, and I know now more then I did before I started, but I guess that's the entire point. The one thing that I do have a small complaint about was the history. Although it was interesting know what the first polyphonic sampler was it seemed rather unnecessary. Not all the history was bad though. Any history on the technology and how it was built, and the techniques, and why these techniques were developed were all helpful. Anything that falls outside these categories although somewhat interesting are redundant.
Braden Lerat — Saskatchewan Recording Connection
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