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recording techniques (1993) by David Mellor
« on: April 04, 2015, 03:43:16 AM »

* For musicians, recording engineers and enthusiasts * Helps you plan the recording session
* Covers recording techniques for vocals, drums, guitar and keyboards
* Use MIDI and multitrack and get the best of both worlds
* Appendices on equipment suppliers etc
* Glossary of terms
* List of recording studios
* Published in conjunction with Sound on Sound magazine

Whether you are a recording musician or a recording engineer learning the trade, David Mellor tells you everything you need to know to get the best from the studio recording process. Everything from planning the recording session, microphone techniques, recording vocals, drums, guitars and keyboards, using MIDI and synchronising, operating the mixing console, the use of compressors and noise gates, equalisation, location recording, adding effects, monitoring, mixdown, digital and hard disk recording - and much more.

With useful appendices giving lists of UK recording studios and a glossary of terms, it's a book no recording musician or engineer can afford to be without.


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