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📒Modern Recording Techniques ✍ David Miles Huber
✏Modern Recording Techniques Book Summary : This edition of the guide to audio has been expanded to include the latest on digital audio technology and features new sections on multimedia, the Web, surround sound and mastering.
📒Tecnicas Modernas De Gravacao De Audio ✍ David Miles Huber
✏Tecnicas Modernas De Gravacao De Audio Book Summary : We have entered an exciting age in audio production. Conventional limitations in recording have subsided or vanished entirely, making it possible to create and record your own music in ways that few ever dreamed possible. This expanded, up-to-date edition of Modern Recording Techniques can help guide you through the process of creating, understanding and mastering the professional and project studio. The tips, tricks, and tools in this best-selling book will enable you to record music in new and innovative ways that'll help you express your talents to their fullest potential. This definitive guide to audio covers the latest audio technologies, and includes expanded and enhanced sections on the Digital Audio Workstation (DAW), plug-ins, looping, groove tools, studio techniques, surround sound, mastering and more. Accompanied by an interactive companion website (www.modrec.com) featuring a searchable audio glossary, this dynamite book/website combination leaves no recording question unanswered, while offering you the chance to share ideas, get tips, and seek out advice when and where you need it. With Modern Recording Techniques, 7th ed., you can: * Explore the tools for getting better results in both the professional and project recording studio * Gain in-depth insights into digital audio technology, the digital audio workstation (DAW), surround sound production, electronic music and MIDI, synchronization, analog and digital console technology, mixing, console automation and more * Master the basics of dynamics, noise reduction, and other forms of signal processing in both the analog and the digital domains * Learn practical microphone placement techniques, monitoring fundamentals, CD mastering and important tips on getting your music to market * Check out new developments in new media, desktop audio and music technologies for the Web
📒Professional Microphone Techniques ✍ David Miles Huber
✏Professional Microphone Techniques Book Summary : This book, by the author of industry bestseller "Modern Recording Techniques", focuses on microphone usage for dozens of different instruments as well as vocals, amplifiers, Leslie cabinets and much more! Accompanied by an audio CD that allows you to hear the different effects of microphone placement techniques in real time for a full understanding of how to get the best recordings from any type of microphone!
📒Practical Recording Techniques ✍ Bruce Bartlett
✏Practical Recording Techniques Book Summary : Practical Recording Techniques, Third Edition is a hands-on, practical guide for beginning and intermediate recording engineers, producers, musicians, and audio enthusiasts, offering guidance on a variety of recording situations, including small professional studios and on-location recording for both popular and classical music. It gives advice on equipping a home studiofrom low-budget to advancedand includes suggestions for set-up, acoustics, choosing monitor speakers, and preventing hum. Practical Recording Techniques also explains how to judge recordings and use the equipment available to improve them. Filled with tips and shortcuts, Practical Recording Techniques covers situations and topics not covered in similar texts, including documenting the session, recording spoken word, troubleshooting bad sound, and more. New to this edition are chapters on surround sound techniques, impedance, and audio for the Internet, as well as expanded information on digital recording and MIDI sequencing, and new information on automated mixing. A step-by-step approach to professional audio recordingCovers the latest techniques for professional studio, home studio, and on-locationLearn how to make quality recordings with affordable home-studio equipment.
📒Sound Fx ✍ Alexander U. Case
✏Sound FX Book Summary : FX introduces today's up and coming musician to the fantastic creative potential of the most popular instrument today- the home studio. Explaining the basic and advanced signal processing techniques used in professional music production (EQ, compression, delay, reverb etc), using real world popular music examples and an emphasis on the perceptual results and musical value of these effects, FX teaches the Recording Musician how to achieve professional production standards and maximise their creative potential. * Only book to cover the technical basics and creative potential of signal processing effects * Accompanying website includes audio examples of all the effects discussed in the book * Includes real world popular music samples, bridging the gap between technical explanations and the real world --Publisher.
📒Radio Production ✍ Robert McLeish
✏Radio Production Book Summary : The 5th edition of 'Radio Production' is a complete working handbook that provides comprehensive information on every aspect of producing radio programmes to a professional standard. Aimed at students, technical issues are explained in simple terms.
📒Bridge To 21st Century Electron Microscopy ✍ Kazuo Furuya
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📒The Great British Recording Studios ✍ Howard Massey
✏The Great British Recording Studios Book Summary : (Book). The Great British Recording Studios tells the story of the iconic British facilities where many of the most important recordings of all time were made. The first comprehensive account of British recording studios ever published, it was written with the cooperation of the British APRS (Association of Professional Recording Services, headed by Sir George Martin) to document the history of the major British studios of the 1960s and 1970s and to help preserve their legacy. The book surveys the era's most significant British studios (including Abbey Road, Olympic, and Trident), with complete descriptions of each studio's physical facilities and layout, along with listings of equipment and key personnel, as well as details about its best-known technical innovations and a discography of the major recordings done there. Seamlessly interweaving narrative text with behind-the-scenes anecdotes from dozens of internationally renowned record producers and a wealth of photographs (many never published before), this book brings to life the most famous British studios and the people who created magic there. Meticulously researched and organized, The Great British Recording Studios will inform and inspire students of the recording arts, music professionals, casual music fans, and anyone interested in the acoustically pristine facilities, groundbreaking techniques, and innovative artists and technicians that have shaped the course of modern recording.
📒Modern Radio Production Production Programming Performance ✍ Carl Hausman
✏Modern Radio Production Production Programming Performance Book Summary : MODERN RADIO PRODUCTION, NINTH EDITION, provides students with a current, comprehensive look at radio production and programming, integrating new material on cutting-edge technologies with explanations of traditional equipment and practices. The authors' clear writing style, excellent descriptions and explanations, and attention to detail ensure that the text is consistent and appropriate for use in undergraduate courses. Important Notice: Media content referenced within the product description or the product text may not be available in the ebook version.
📒Buildings For Music ✍ Michael Forsyth
✏Buildings for Music Book Summary : This book establishes how musical taste and style affected architecture, and how in turn buildings and their acoustics influenced musical composition. Michael Forsyth examines the emergence of the purpose-built music room; the evolution of the opera house; the development of Romantic music related to the great nineteenth-century concert halls and opera houses; and the growth of acoustic science. The evolution of the twentieth-century concert hall is paralleled with the emergence of modern music, recording techniques and the influence of cinema design. Finally, present and future trends in music and acoustics are seen beside the growth of electronics and the adjustable auditorium. Buildings for Music draws together architecture, acoustics and musical sociology and presents them in a scholarly but very readable text, beautifully illustrated with contemporary plans, paintings, prints and photographs.