The Ultimate Personal Recording Studio / Edition 1 available in Paperback
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- Cengage Learning
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About the Author
Gino Robair is a senior editor at Electronic Musician magazine and has composed for Shakespearean theater, Indonesian gamelan, and modern dance. His commercial credits include themes for Starbucks, Comedy Central, and MTV, and he served as music director for the CBS Saturday morning cartoon The Twisted Tales of Felix the Cat. As a drummer, Robair has recorded with Tom Waits, Anthony Braxton, Lou Harrison, Peter James, and Pink Mountain, among others. He is one of the '25 innovative percussionists' included in the book Percussion Profiles (SoundWorld, 2001).
Table of Contents
Section I: Planning the Ultimate Recording Chapter 1: Why Record? Chapter 2: The Ultimate Recording for Every Occasion Section II: Assembling Your Studio Chapter 3: Gear Checklist for The Ultimate Personal Studio Chapter 4: Holistic Studio Design Chapter 5: The Personal Studio Makeover Chapter 6: Making the Right Connections Chapter 7: Microphones Made Easy Chapter 8: Maximizing Your Mixer Chapter 9: The Ins and Outs of Patch Bays Chapter 10: Power Amp Primer Chapter 11: The Monitoring Milieu Chapter 12: The Path of Least Resistance Chapter 13: Gearing Up for Critical Vocals Chapter 14: Choosing a Recording Format Chapter 15: Home Studio Maintenance Section III: Recording Techniques Chapter 16: Multitracking Fundamentals Chapter 17: Developing Digital Recording Chops Chapter 18: Keeper Vocal Tracks Chapter 19: Glorious Acoustic Guitars Chapter 20: Ultimate Electric Guitar Chapter 21: Amazing Bass Chapter 22: Supreme Drum Strategies Chapter 23: Tracking Killer Synths Chapter 24: Sampling Reality Chapter 25: The House is Rockin' Section IV: Effects Basics Chapter 26: Dynamics Processors Chapter 27: Prescriptions for Pitch Shifting Chapter 28: PDQ EQ Chapter 29: Reflecting on Reverb Chapter 30: Deploying Delay Section V: Mixing and Mastering Chapter 31: Creating the Ultimate Mix Chapter 32: Mastering Your Mix for Reproduction Section VI: Getting It Out There Chapter 33: Pressing a CD Chapter 34: Alternative Formats Chapter 35: Put Your Music On the Web