Home Recording Power!

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Muska & Lipman, 2001 - Sound - 307 pages
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Taking advantage of recent advancements in digital music technology, this guide offers advice for both amateur and professional musicians on establishing quality home-recording studios. Case studies of studio recording visionaries, including David Bowie, Brian Eno, and Danny Elfman, illustrate innovative uses of these new technologies. Photos.

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Much more than a guide to recording MP3s on CD-ROM, this guide addresses how to build a home studio with audio software and get the best sound out of one's voice, guitar, drums, keyboard, etc. A home ... Read full review

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Ben Milstead has been tinkering with the home recording puzzle for two decades. He has set up numerous home recording studios and recorded his own music for years. His most recent project is the Daisies, a pop-folk-rock band on the independent Regress label, which was recorded using three different home studios. By day, he architects studio software applications as well as Web sites for SoundMAX. Milstead has also served as an editor for "Cakewalk Power!" and "Sound Forge Power!

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