Assessment: Field Recording Q1 of 5: Which of the following definitions describes Field Recording: Made of recorded sounds from the world around us. Composers combine and manipulate different recordings of the world to create new ‘sonic environments’. Uses real world sounds, focusing on the musical parameters of sound, rather than the sound source itself. The art of sound recording outside of the studio. Made from electronic signals, which are converted into sound by loudspeakers.The correct answer is The art of sound recording outside of the studio.Q2 of 5: Is this a Field Recording? Yes NoThe correct answer is yesQ3 of 5: Is it TRUE?: Field Recording can allow us to hear places that our ears cannot normally reach, giving us a new perspective on sounds and the world around us. Yes NoThe correct answer is yesQ4 of 5: Key manipulations in Field Recording are: Splice, reverse, time-stretch and loop. Generating sounds. Filtering and splicing. None. It does not involve manipulations.The correct answer is None. It does not involve manipulations.Q5 of 5: Complete the sentence: Field Recording is …. Not about simply presenting pre-recorded soundscapes, but in telling a story through control and manipulation of these pre-recorded soundscapes. Begun with pure, simple generated sounds, which build into more complex structures. Not so interested in focusing on where sounds came from but what they can turn them into. The art of recording outside of the studio.The correct answer is The art of recording outside of the studio.Complete!