Designed for: Songwriters, Vocalists, Bands, Podcasters, Budding Engineers or Producers
A primer on audio recording, home studios, audio engineering, producing singers and bands, selecting mics, mixing boards and dedicated preamps. Covers liabilities, copyrights, trade and service marks. Primer for composing music. Music publishing. Performance Rights Organizations with a world-wide listing. Music writing software. Introduction to tube and transistor electronics. How tone controls work. Signal paths. Press and promotion. Primer for making web pages with basic HTML code. Accounting and taxes. Setting up a recording session. Mic setup for drums, bass, keyboards and guitar. Mic setup for recording an orchestra or chorale group. Location recording. Buyers guide for mics, mixers, preamps, self-powered PA and floor monitor speakers, headphone amps, etc.
Shows the singer, podcaster, or budding producer how to get started and make good recordings with your home computer for under $300.
Details equipment using in recording priced from $80 to $25,000 and what makes the high-priced gear so high priced.
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|Publisher:||Earl R. Dingman Productions|
|Product dimensions:||6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.52(d)|