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Modern Recording Techniques The Barnes Noble ReviewWith digital technology, virtually anyone can get their hands on professional quality recording tools, do their own recordings, even build their own studios But to do it well, you need familiarity with a wide array of equipment and techniques This book covers them all It delivers practical and occasionally passionate advice on everything from studio acoustics to jitter, miking drum sets to producing surround sound The authors take you inside the modern studio, from its physical layout to the recording process and participants roles After a surprisingly useful primer on sound and hearing, they turn to equipment mikes, digital audio and when to use analog tape instead MIDI, amps, consoles, speakers, and You ll find in depth, practical guidance on synchronization, noise reduction, mastering, manufacturing CDs really, just about any facet of recording you re interested in Bill Camarda, from the Julyhref Only

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10 thoughts on “Modern Recording Techniques

  1. Mason Mason says:

    This book is too wince inducing to read, mostly due to its unnecessarily dumbed down tone, its heavy reliance on meaningless wordy phrases In recent years one of thecommon complaints that some people have , overwhelming number of typos and grammatical errors, and constant passive voice the following methods can be tried However, it contains a lot of useful information for novices.

  2. Randall Wallace Randall Wallace says:

    Think of an equalizer as a frequency discriminating amplifier Think of a compressor as an automatic fader The audio spectrum is divided into four frequency bands Low 20 to 200Hz, low mid 200 1000 Hz high mid 1,000 to 5,000 Hz and high 5,000 to 20,000 Hz The fundamentals of most instrument notes are found from 200 to 1000 Hz From 5,000 Hz and higher you are dealing with the instruments harmonics Most i

  3. Michel Michel says:

    Very thorough and competent walk through the realms of recording Will use this for reference for a long time I bet.

  4. Turbosonic Turbosonic says:

    Great book for novices to recording Gives you some basic techniques for mic placement, goes through the nitty gritty technical details about sound Overall though, it gives the reader the confidence in the basics to do what really makes recording great having fun with improvising and thinking outside the box Once you know what the box is, then you can have fun working outside it

  5. Chad Chad says:

    this book has a pretty good , historcal opening , about the germans a neat picture of bing Crosby with his eight , alot of good information in there as well , picked it up for a class , use it as a refrence ever since this book has a pretty good , historcal opening , about the germans a neat picture of bing Crosby with his eight , alot of good information in there as well , picked it up for a class , use it

  6. Slow Culture Slow Culture says:

    This one could seem a bit superficial to the advanced technician, but for the curious musician and the recording student, it s a whole bible No fat, just essential information wisely categorized Definitely keeping it nearby forever.

  7. David Ashley David Ashley says:

    Great and invaluable tome for recording featuring many sections and subjects covered Perhaps not the most in depth book out there but good for a quick and basic understanding of things.

  8. Jessica Jessica says:

    This book is full of a LOT of information Some of it is redundant, but I think that s better than being sparse it allows you to have the information at your fingertips when you re looking up a particular thing you wish to understand better Frankly, this book is best as a reference, unless you re a producer, rather than a read through I m a musician and have limited self production skills, so a lot of this book is

  9. Mark Mark says:

    A comprehensive and thorough review of audio production I found the book mostly engaging and able to keep me interested in the material There were a few parts that I didn t understand but the onus may be on me for that.

  10. Simon Simon says:

    This should really be titled an absolute beginners guide , it s really high level and contains so much waffle I think those 600 pages could easily be condensed into 200 Useful if you ve never even tried tried recording yet.

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