Modern Recording Techniques
As the most popular and authoritative guide to recording available, Modern Recording Techniques provides everything you need to master the tools and day-to-day practice of music recording and production. The sixth edition has been expanded to cover the latest digital audio technology and features a new section on surround sound. For those who are just starting out or are looking for their next job in the industry, this edition also provides essential advice on career options and networking.
David Miles Huber's approachable writing style, coupled with over 500 technical diagrams, screen shots and product illustrations, makes this an essential resource which you will want to refer to again and again.
* Learn from the resource that is used by more students, musicians and audio engineers than any other in the industry.
*International bestseller providing tips and techniques for getting the best results from both project and professional recording studios.
* The biggest edition yet - it is packed with new material, including surround sound and digital technology, as well as the latest career advice
* The companion website, www.modrec.com, provides even more resources and information.
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CHAPTER 1 Introduction
CHAPTER 2 Sound and Hearing
CHAPTER 3 Studio Acoustics and Design
Design and Application
CHAPTER 5 The Analog Tape Recorder
CHAPTER 6 Digital Audio Technology
CHAPTER 7 MIDI and Electronic Music Technology
CHAPTER 8 Multimedia and the Web
CHAPTER 13 Noise Reduction
CHAPTER 14 Monitoring
CHAPTER 15 Surround Sound
CHAPTER 16 Mastering
CHAPTER 17 Product Manufacture
CHAPTER 18 Studio Session Procedures
CHAPTER 19 Yesterday Today and Tomorrow
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