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 Identify the basic recording equipment of

a digital radio studio


 Classify whether devices use electricity
and/or magnetism when used in recording
studio.
 Start a literature search on
electromagnetic induction’s role in
recording technology.
 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
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 figure 1 to 3.
Figure 1. A control room of a local radio broadcast studio commonly known as the annnouncer’s
booth. (Used with permission from the RPN-DXKO Radio and television Broadcast Station in
Cagayan de Oro City.)
1. On your science activity notebook, make a table,
similar to Table 1. List all the equipment that you can
identify in the photo shown in Figure 1. Indicate with
a check mark whether the equipment/device needs
electricity and/or magnetism to operate.

 Table 1. Radio Broadcast Studio Equipment(Control


Room/Announcer’s Booth)
Table 1. Radio Broadcast Studio Equipment(Control Room/Announcer’s Room

Equipment/ Needs Needs Magnetism


Device Electricity

Audio Mixer

Radio Wave

Studio Monitor

Ultraviolet Radiation

Computer
Headphone
Microwave

Cables

Video Camera

Digital Video Mixer

X-ray

Gamma Ray

Lightning Units

Lightning Mixer
Visible Spectrum
Ifrared

Condenser Microphone
Q1. How many of the devices you
identified inside the control room need
electricity to operate?
There are 11 devices need electricity to
operate
Q2. How many of the devices you identified inside
the control room need magnetism to operate?
There are 6 devices need magnetism to operate
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 Figure 2 and 3. Indicate with a check mark
whether the equipment/device needs electricity and/or magnetism
to operate.
Figure 2. A live audio room? Commonly known as the
newsroom, which is usually separated from the control
room via glass partition.

Figure 3. Back portion of a local news room


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

Equipment/Device Needs Electricity Needs Magnetism

Audio Console

Microphone
Audio interface

Microphone Processor

Play out and automation


Level Meters
Studio Monitor Speaker

Cue Speaker
Headphones
Talent Panel
On Air light
Button Panel
Phone Talkback System

Intercom
CD Players , DAT Machines ,
Mini Disc Players, and Turn
Tables
Q3. How many of the devices you identified
inside the live audio room need electricity to
operate?
There are 10 devices need electricity to
operate
Q4. How many of the devices you identified inside
the live audio room need magnetism to operate?

There are 5 devices need magnetism to operate

Q5. What other devices not shown in the photo may


used inside the live audio room?

Updated Computer, Laptop , Mixer, Led Monitor,


Condenser
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.
A Vll

B l

C ll
DV

E lll

F lV

G Vl
Q6. Which devices on Table 3 are powered, entirely
or partially, by electromagnetic induction ( the
phenomenon of a changing magnetic or electricity
magnetism)?

The devices that are powered, entirely or


partially by electromagnetic induction are
microphone, computer unit, headphone, studio
monitor, and the audio interface.