What is production? Part 2: Arrangement
Q: How can I work on my voice?
Q: Compression, EQ or reverb - where should I start?
Is 32-bit computing a barrier to success?
Dead for 171 years, but still in copyright!
Why your studio door should not have a latch
Why won't publishers listen to your music?
Electric guitar - compress before the amp, or after?
Responding to a client's requests for changes - a vital skill in audio
Why mono is better than stereo (sometimes)
November 8, 2004
Author, magazine writer, and reviewer Mike Rivers has released a new book for owners of the Mackie HDR24/96 and MDR24/96 24-track hard disk recorders. This book is not a publication of Mackie, Division of LOUD Technologies, but rather is published by the author through Cafe Press.
Since its introduction in 2000, the Mackie hard disk recorder has seen several software updates which, beyond Version 1.2, have been documented only through brief release notes. This book supplements existing Mackie documentation, updating it to the latest (and last) software revisions. In addition to explaining the new features, The Last Mackie Hard Disk Recorder Manual includes operating tips, troubleshooting procedures, and modifications to improve operating performance, and extend the useful life of the recorder. A companion CD includes maintenance tools and handy application programs.
Author Mike Rivers, under contract to Mackie, wrote the original Quick Start Manual, Editing Guide, and Technical Reference Manual for the HDR24/96. He has been a regular user of the Mackie recorders since the introduction of theHDR24/96.
The Last Mackie Hard Disk Recorder Manual can be ordered on line from www.cafepress.com/mikerivers 112 pages, paperback, wire-bound (so it lays flat). Book - $25, CD - $6