Zeroing the Desk

Zeroing the Desk

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Brendan Dawes:

After a recording session on one of those large mixing desks, after you’ve twiddled countless knobs and push around many faders you do something called zeroing the desk. This is were you turn every control and push every fader back to zero, so that when the next engineer comes in he or she isn’t going to jump out of their seat when a large sub-bass whacks them straight in the face and possibly blows something up. It’s a polite thing to do for your fellow sound engineer.

Reminds me of all: unset; 😉

(via Brad Frost)

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