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English translation: signal path, signalling route

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23:41 Oct 29, 2000
Swedish to English translations [PRO]
Tech/Engineering
Swedish term or phrase: signalvägar
The text is about the installation of a sound studio.
Marra
Sweden
Local time: 01:42
English translation:signal path, signalling route
Explanation:
1) My technical dictionary says signal path, which is confirmed by a large number of Google hits, e.g.:

When you push in the "EQ to SC" switch, the two mid-band sections get routed to the sidechain input of the compressor. The Treble and Bass sections remain equalizers in the final signal path and retain the ability to switch them in/out and pre/post.
www.barryrudolph.com/mix/avalon.html

2) However, not being a sound studio expert, I suppose, you might also need signalling route, which Eurodicautom defines as "a predetermined path to be taken by signal messages sent from a specified node to another specified node,but which may be dependent on the condition of the signalling network at the time of use"

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As also appears from the first example, the difference would be that "signal path" is the more concrete term and would refer to cables etc.

With so little context it is difficult to decide which term - "signal path" or "signalling route" - you need, but I hope this helps.

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Summary of answers provided
naNo usable suggestion?
Mats Wiman
nasignal routes
Sven Petersson
nasignal path, signalling routeRandi Stenstrop
nasignal routes
Mats Wiman


  

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1 hr
signal routes


Explanation:
none necessary i think


    MMI
Mats Wiman
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3 hrs
signal path, signalling route


Explanation:
1) My technical dictionary says signal path, which is confirmed by a large number of Google hits, e.g.:

When you push in the "EQ to SC" switch, the two mid-band sections get routed to the sidechain input of the compressor. The Treble and Bass sections remain equalizers in the final signal path and retain the ability to switch them in/out and pre/post.
www.barryrudolph.com/mix/avalon.html

2) However, not being a sound studio expert, I suppose, you might also need signalling route, which Eurodicautom defines as "a predetermined path to be taken by signal messages sent from a specified node to another specified node,but which may be dependent on the condition of the signalling network at the time of use"

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As also appears from the first example, the difference would be that "signal path" is the more concrete term and would refer to cables etc.

With so little context it is difficult to decide which term - "signal path" or "signalling route" - you need, but I hope this helps.



Randi Stenstrop
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4 hrs
signal routes


Explanation:
Give a 4 to Mats! His answer is the right one in the context given.

Sven Petersson
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2 days 2 hrs
No usable suggestion?


Explanation:
Humble question

Mats Wiman
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Local time: 01:42
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