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“One of the things I am very aware of is how you can sometimes be listening to a record and think ‘Oh, there’s that shakuhachi from the Emulator II, and there’s that horn sample from the Akai....’”- Jerry Harrison

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line level

A type of level (strength) of electrical signal used in professional audio equipment. There are two versions—professional gear runs at +4 dBu (1.23 volts) and consumer line level is at -10 dBV (.316 volts). (The two most common other level types: mic level, speaker level.)

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