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First 50 Recording Techniques You Should Know to Track Music

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First 50 Recording Techniques You Should Know to Track Music

Series: RECORDING INSTRUCTION Format: Softcover Author: Bill Gibson

Recording music can be a daunting task, especially in the present day with its ever-changing technologies and environments. This one-of-a-kind collection of modern, easy-to-understand techniques for recording music in a variety of settings provides tools and information that set you well on your way to capturing high-quality sounds on par with those recorded by seasoned professionals. Veteran producer, engineer and author Bill Gibson succinctly presents a wide variety of subjects, including: preproduction • room environments • interfaces • microphone types and techniques • recording drums, guitar, bass, piano, vocals and electronic instruments • studio recording effects • and more.

Inventory #HL 00294443 ISBN: 9781540053473 UPC: 888680941994 Width: 9.0" Length: 12.0" 112 pages

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Series: RECORDING INSTRUCTION Format: Digital Book Author: Bill Gibson

Recording music can be a daunting task, especially in the present day with its ever-changing technologies and environments. This one-of-a-kind collection of modern, easy-to-understand techniques for recording music in a variety of settings provides tools and information that set you well on your way to capturing high-quality sounds on par with those recorded by seasoned professionals. Veteran producer, engineer and author Bill Gibson succinctly presents a wide variety of subjects, including: preproduction • room environments • interfaces • microphone types and techniques • recording drums, guitar, bass, piano, vocals and electronic instruments • studio recording effects • and more.

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