Mixing Audio: Concepts, Practices and Tools

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Taylor & Francis, 2008 - Music - 562 pages
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Mixing remains one of the most illusive arts of recording practice and can take a life time to master. Looking at practices, concepts, tools and mixing instruments the author provides a comprehensive insight to the art and science of mixing.

Whether a hobbyist of professional this book covers basic concepts to advanced techniques as well as tips and tricks and is a vital read for anyone wanting to succeed in the field of mixing.

The book is accompanied by the website www.mixingaudio.com, featuring a sample chapter, illustrations, audio and a user forum.

* Rounded, extensive and complete coverage of music mixing
* Includes a DVD with over 700 audio samples and 4 sample mixes. The DVD is not included with the E-book. Please visit http://www.mixingaudiodvd.com/ to access the DVD content.
* Covers new topics and mixing trends such as computer centred mixing
  

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User Review  - Eddie Rhodes - Goodreads

Consistent reference, especially during a time period when everyone locally was trying to hide useful information. Thanks to this book, I've seen some of their mistakes lol Read full review

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User Review  - Snorri Haraldsson - Goodreads

Something every person working with mixing should read. Very informative and well written. Read full review

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Contents

Tools
75
Sample Mixes
487
Notes to frequencies chart
544
Delay time chart
545
Index
555
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About the author (2008)

Roey Izhaki (Author)Roey Izhaki has been involved with mixing since 1992. He is an academic lecturer in the field of audio engineering and gives mixing seminars across Europe at various schools and exhibitions. He is currently lecturing in the Audio Engineering department at SAE Institute, London.

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