All about Hard Disk Recorders: An Introduction to the Creative World of Digital, Hard Disk Recording
Be successful in the world of hard disk recorders! If you are new to hard disk recording, or if you're just seeking more background knowledge, this book contains a wealth of information. Modern computer-based recording technology offers all sorts of inspiring tools, and the hard disk recorder is at the center of it all. This book takes you from the very beginning with an overview, to practical tips for taking advantage of the choices you have with this flexible recording system. Topics include: setting up a hard drive; how hard disk recordings work; principles of audio editing; nondestructive editing; maintaining a hard drive; how a work station operates; and more. A glossary of terms supports your reading as you dive into this musical adventure. This book is a perfect first step to a whole new era of recording technology!
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Whats So Great About Hard DiskBased Recording?
Reading This Book
An Overview of Hard Disk Recording
What Is a Hard Disk Recorder?
How a Hard Drive Works
Hard Drive Mechanics
How Your Audio Is Stored on a Hard Disk Platter
Nondestructive Editing Methods
Maintaining a Hard Disk Drive
Hard Disk Varieties
Hard Drives and the Interfaces That Use Them
Setting Up a Hard Drive
How Hard Disk Recordings Work
It All Starts with the Audio File
How an HDR Plays Back Its Recordings
Combining Tracks or Bouncing
Songs and Projects
Principles of Hard Disk Audio Editing
If Things Go Wrong
Brief History of Hard Disk Recording
The Evolution of HDR Recording
Hard Disk Recording Workstations
Three Great Reasons to Use a Studio Workstation
Whats Inside a Studio Workstation?
Studio Workstation Goodies
A Great Time to Record
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