Do some microphones respond to EQ better than others?
The weirdest Neumann mic you've ever seen!
A simple 8-mic drum mix, with video
2 settings every preamp owner should know and use
How can you keep up in the fast-moving music and sound industry?
Q: Why does my mixer have a 48 volt switch?
Avid's had it, or has it?
Setting microphone preamplifier gain to achieve both adequate headroom and a good signal-to-noise ratio
When working in a new theatre, always find out where the tielines go
Q: How should I set the compressor in a live stage show?
These days, nearly everyone with musical aspirations also has a computer. This same computer can double as a high quality recording studio capable of producing professional recordings. This book tells you what software and hardware you will need to get the best results.
You'll learn about recording techniques, software and effects, mixing, mastering and CD production. Suitable for PC and Mac users, the book is full of tips, 'how to do' topics and illustrations. It's the perfect answer to the question 'How do I use my computer to produce my own CD?'
Stephen Bennett is a musician and writer based in Norwich, England. Apart from the series of Logic Audio books for PC Publishing, he has written for Sound on Sound and Future Music magazines. He runs Chaos Studios in Norwich and is currently recording with bands The Fire Thieves and Henry Fool, alongside other multimedia and editing work.
ISBN 1870775961, List Price: $18.95. Making Music with Your Computer will be released in the US on April 15.
For more information, visit their web site at www.pc-publishing.com