The Complete Idiot's Guide to Home Recording Illustrated

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Penguin, 2003 - Music - 227 pages
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More and more people are making their own music...now, a pro offers expert help.

This book, geared toward the rapidly growing number of home recording enthusiasts, offers a step-by-step breakdown of the fundamental concepts and techniques of sound recording, with diagrams and photos illustrating the text.

€ Home recording enthusiasts are a quickly expanding market as audio equipment decreases in price
€ Illustrated format sets this book apart from its competitors
€ Covers more home recording software than competing titles
€ The author is an experienced musician and sound recorder with formal training
 

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Contents

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About the author (2003)

Clayton Walnum is an award-winning author who has been playing and recording music for decades. With formal studio training at the Recording Institute of America, he has been a producer and professional musician for nearly 20 years.

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