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Studio Recording Procedures

Librairie Eyrolles - Paris 5e

Studio Recording Procedures

Studio Recording Procedures

500 pages, parution le 09/06/2005


The prices of recording equipment continue to drop dramatically, giving musicians and sound engineers increasing opportunities to make quality-level recordings. The Ultimate Guide to Music Recording takes a unique approach to this growing market, giving readers two books in one: a concise, tutorial audio engineering text in Part One, and then a 'cut to the chase', how to record any instrument fast guide in Part Two. By carefully cross-referencing these sections, industry vet Shea has created the ultimate recording resource: a textbook where you can see immediately how basic principles are utilized in the studio, and a "how-to" guide that comes complete with all the background technical material one could need - particularly when things don't turn out as planned. Covering the basics of studio recording technology, recording techniques for every major class of instrument, and a masterclass on mixing, this is the most complete guide to music recording ever written.


  • Chapter 1: The Basics
    • Why the Big Mystery About Decibels?
    • Basic Electronics
    • Series and Parallel Interconnections
    • Alternating Current
    • Passive Electronic Components
    • Active Electronic Components
    • Impedance Explained
    • Audio Recording Meters
    • Audio Gain Stages and the Weak Link
    • Examples of the Charting of Gain Stages
    • A Side Trip for More Background
    • Back to Examples of the Charting of Gain Stages
  • Chapter 2: The Tour
    • The Studio Tour
    • Input Selector Switch
    • Sends
    • Auxiliary Returns
    • Equalizers
    • Dynamics Processors
    • Stop the Presses!
    • Time Delay Processing
    • Reverberation Explained
    • Other Effects
    • Multi-Effects Processors
    • The Control Room Monitor System
    • Monitoring Systems Part II
  • Chapter 3: Microphones
    • Microphone Types
    • Microphone Characteristics
    • Polar Patterns
  • Chapter 4: The Recording Process (The Job)
    • A Basic Session
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Éditeur(s) Mc Graw Hill
Auteur(s) Mike Shea
Parution 09/06/2005
Nb. de pages 500
Format 19 x 23
Couverture Broché
Poids 840g
Intérieur Noir et Blanc
EAN13 9780071422727
ISBN13 978-0-07-142272-7


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