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(Book). Now updated to cover digital mixing and signal processing, this established beginners guide to live sound has been the first book for many students and self-taught sound technicians. Ira White presents information in a very accessible, casual, down-to-earth way. This handy manual for musicians, studio engineers and audio pros contains valuable information on using EQ, speaker specifics, mics, and techniques for recording, live recording, club and concert sound, church sound, theatrical sound and much more, without page-filling formulas or mind-boggling abstractions. Includes lots of helpful diagrams, an index, and a CD so you can hear the techniques demonstrated in the book.
Posted November 3, 2000
As A Sound Engineer And Certified Pro Tools Operator With A College Degree, I Laugh At The Title...Nobody Can Do Anything Without Trying...This Book Is Good For The Beginner, Or Those Getting Their Feet Wet, But Don't Fool Yourself, One Can't Simply Beleive They'll Become A Great Engineer Just By Reading A Book As Thin As It Is (You Can Plainly See That Is Not Meant To Be At All Complete)...A Great Introduction To Pro Audio With Some Fun Parrallels, But Not As In-Depth As Some Would Like...Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.