Modern Recording Techniques
As the most up-to-date, authoritative recording guide available, Modern Recording Techniques addresses the new but rapidly growing market of project studio recording, the new base of home music production using multitrack, hard-disk, and MIDI technologies.
Perfect for anyone wanting to learn professional recording, this updated, easy-to-understand edition provides all you need to fully understand the tolls and day-to-day practices of music recording and production.
David Miles Huber is widely acclaimed in the recording industry as a digital audio consultant, author, engineer, and guest lecturer. He received is degree in recording techniques (I.M.P.) from Indiana University and also studied in the Tonmeister program at the University of Surrey in Guildford, Surrey, England.
Robert E. Runstein has been associated with all aspects of the recording industry, working as a performer, sound mixer, electronics technician, A&R specialist, and record producer. He also served as chief engineer and technical director of a recording studio. He has taught several courses in modern recording techniques, for which much of the material in this book was originally prepared. Mr. Runstein is a member of the Audio Engineering Society.
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