jack (audio term)
The receptor part of a connector, the hole where the plug goes. (In Europe, jack is commonly used for just the 1/4” connector as opposed to RCA, XLR and other types).
“With any acoustic instrument that you record, you have some kind of ambience happening. Any electric instrument, when it’s direct, doesn’t have any ambience at all. So for me the challenge is not to try to simulate the acoustic sound, but to simulate some of the aspects of an acoustic sound.”- bassist Michael Manring