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Get started recording with this hands-on, practical guide. Filled with tips and shortcuts, Practical Recording Techniques gives you advice on equipping a home studio (whether low-budget or advanced), with suggestions for how to set up and use the gear,, optimize acoustics, choose monitor speakers, and prevent hum. Learn to judge your recordings and improve them to produce professional-sounding results.
• Practical Recording Techniques gives you: A companion website, http://booksite.focalpress.com/companion/9780240821535/dev/index.php, with audio samples so you can hear the effects and techniques described in the book. This site also includes interactive tutorials.
• Updated information on plugs-ins, Pro Tools, iOS recording systems, and recording websites.
• Fully up-to-date information on DAWs and technicalities of MIDI
• This popular bestseller covers the latest digital techniques for professional and home studios, and location recording
• Features a dedicated website packed with audio clips to enhance the text
• Includes a brand new chapter on computer recording procedures
Practical Recording Techniques is a hands-on practical guide for all aspects of recording, ideal for beginning and intermediate recording engineers, producers, musicians and audio enthusiasts. Filled with tips and shortcuts, this book offers advice on equipping a home studio (both low-budget and advanced), with suggestions for set-up, acoustics, choosing monitor speakers, and preventing hum. This best-selling guide also tells how to judge recordings and improve them to produce maximum results. Two extensive glossaries clearly explain audio jargon and sound-quality descriptions.
NEW material includes: Extensive coverage of digital recording technology and techniques, including computer DAWs and optimizing them for best performance
Teaches readers to conduct a complete recording session from pre- production to master-reel or DAT assembly. For novice and intermediate recording engineers, and musicians. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)
From the Publisher
"...packed with well-illustrated graphics and pictures and gives extensive guidance on everything from studio and location recording techniques through to publishing your sounds on the web." — James Eade, Lighting and Sound International
1 Music: Why We Record 2 The Recording Process 3 Sound, Signals, and Studio Acoustics 4 Equipping Your Studio 5 Monitoring 6 Microphones 7 Microphone-Technique Basics 8 Microphone Techniques 9 Effects and Signal Processors 10 Mixers and Mixing Consoles 11 Mixer Operation 12 Judging Sound Quality 13 Digital Recording 14 Computer Recording 15 Session Procedures, Mastering, and CD Burning 16 MIDI and Looping 17 On-Location Recording of Popular Music 18 On-Location Recording of Classical Music 19 Web Audio and Online Collaboration A dB or Not dB B Optimizing Your Computer for Multitrack Recording C Impedance D Phantom Power Explained E Where to Learn More Glossary