Using Your Portable Studio: A Complete Course to the Art of Using a Portable Studio
Getting professional results out of today's portable studios is an art. In this book, top producer and engineer Peter McIan guides you step by step through the theory and practice of getting the most out of these remarkable machines. As you are introduced to the Why, What, and how of studio recording and production, you will find invaluable 'recipes' designed to show you how to 'push the envelope' of your portable studio's capabilities.
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