DAW (M-Audio's Trigger Finger Pro Setup)

When using the M-Audio Trigger Finger Pro with FL Studio, you need to make sure your MIDI and Audio settings are setup properly.

Use this configuration when setting up the Audio section.

Be sure to set up your MIDI controls as displayed below:

Final Exam Review

Study these Powerpoint files:

Photoshop Tools 1

Photoshop Tools 2

Photoshop Tools 3

Photoshop Tools 4

Photoshop Tools 5

Photoshop Tools 6

Color Mode / Resolution

Photoshop Layers


Watch these videos:

Pathfinder (Adobe Illustrator)

Working With Text (Adobe Illustrator)

Layer Basics (Adobe Photoshop)

Guides and Grids (Adobe Photoshop/Illustrator)

Pen Tool Extrapolation Method (Photoshop)

 


Sample Questions 

1. In Adobe Flash, you can create movie clips within movie clips so that you can have moving parts inside of other moving parts (T/F)

2. While making a webpage, you want to create a “roll over” effect. In order to do this, you need to use a certain behavior. Which one is it?

  1. Show-Hide Elements
  2. Swap
  3. Call JavaScript
  4. Check Plugin

3. The main area where you place movie clips into is called “The Stage” (T/F)

4. In Adobe Flash, the little squares on the timeline are called

  1. Seconds
  2. Ticks
  3. Frames
  4. Squares

To adjust the speed of a song in FL Studio, you would control the:

  1. Tempo
  2. Frame Rate (FPS)
  3. Layer Group
  4. Tween

 

When transferring vinyl from its original sheet to a surface (whether it be another piece of vinyl, a wall, the side of a computer, etc) you need to use what?

  1. Transfer Tape
  2. Film and Vellum
  3. Canvas
  4. Nothing at all

To combine several shapes into one single shape, in Adobe Illustrator, you would use:

  1. Combine layer
  2. Path Finder
  3. Boolean
  4. Extrapolate

The proper term used when you are removing the vinyl areas that you will not include in your design is:

  1. Negative Space Removal
  2. Priming
  3. Filtering
  4. Weeding

MIDI stands for:

  1. Musical Instrument Digital Interface
  2. Media Interface, Digital Instrument
  3. Multimedia Interchange Digital Input
  4. Music! I Did It!