Recording Studio Technology, Maintenance, and Repairs: Everything You Need to Properly Care for Your Equipment

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McGraw Hill Professional, Sep 26, 2003 - Music - 242 pages
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* A nuts-and-bolts guide detailing everything studio professionals need to know about operating, maintaining, and repairing the major equipment found in a modern recording studio

* Covers both analog and digital technology

* Wire and install equipment like a pro

* Repair any speaker, board, or amplifier

* Understand every piece of studio equipment, from meters to oscilloscopes to mixers

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About the author (2003)

Tom McCartney is owner and operator of T.M. Electronics, providing service in Toronto, Canada, area recording studios. Mr. McCartney both designs and builds audio and recording equipment, as well as working as a design consultant to other manufacturers. He also teaches a college-level studio operation and maintenance course, for which he developed this book.

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