The Musician's Home Recording Handbook: Practical Techniques for Recording Great Music at Home
(Reference). This is the ideal handbook for musicians who want to make high-quality recordings at home. The author's basic philosophy is that musicianship, not equipment, is the essential ingredient in a great recording. With skill, creativity, and a can-do attitude, anyone can produce CD-quality recorded music at home with a minimum of technology and training. The book makes general, practical musical sense of the complex technology of home recording. It will prove useful to those just getting started in home recording, to those trying to fill in holes in their recording background, and to musicians who would just like to understand more clearly what goes on in the studio. The book is based on a popular series of columns in Guitar Player magazine.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
4-track acoustic acoustic guitar band basic bass boost bounce cable chorus components compression connections create deck's Degaussing delay devices digital audio direct distortion drum machine ears edit effect sends electric guitar equalizer equipment fader flanging format four tracks gear harmonic hear home studio input channels instru instrument jacks keep knob line-level listen loud magnetic ment meter micro microphone MIDI mike mixdown mixer mixing console monaural monitor mono multi-track musicians noise overdubs overtones panned patch bay performance phase cancellation pick pitch play back playback head players plug preamp processor produce punch Q-Tip quency range record head reverb route semi-pro signal simply slap-back snare drum solder solo song sonic sound speakers splicing stereo stomp boxes sure switch sync tape deck tape speed technique there's things tion tone usually vocal wire Y-cable