Guerrilla Home Recording: How to Get Great Sound from Any Studio (No Matter How Weird Or Cheap Your Gear Is)

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Hal Leonard Corporation, 2008 - Music - 252 pages
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Updated with a greater focus on digital recording techniques, this resource guide for the home recordist covers the fundamental skills such as instrument recording, humanising drum patterns, mixing with plug-ins and virtual consoles, and using digitial audio skills.
 

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Great book. Explains the nuts&bolts of recording well. Probably need a little bit of past recording experience to benefit most from this book. Could use a little more info on digital recording but overall very informative and easy to understand. ... Read full review

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Contents

What Is Guerrilla Home Recording?
5
Principles Guerrilla Recordists Need To Know
17
A Guided Tour Of The Signal Chain
43
Controlling Dynamics
79
Separation
95
Effects The Recording Spices
105
How To Record Almost Everything
127
Humanizing Drum Patterns MIDI Parts
165
Mixing Mastering
205
Analog Recording
219
Twenty Songs In One Day Immersion Music Method
233
ReProduction A Guerrilla Home Recording Exercise
235
Using Your Studio For Multimedia Projects
237
Acknowledgments
241
Index
243
Copyright

Miscellaneous Techniques
185

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