Home recording studio basics / authors: Jon Chappell ... [et al.].
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- ISBN: 9781603783231
- ISBN: 1603783237
- Physical Description: 174 p. : ill. ; 28 cm. + 1 videodisc (4 3/4 in.)
- Publisher: [New York] : Cherry Lane Music ; c2011.
"What you need to know to build a home studio"--Cover.
"Taken from the pages of HomeRecording Magazine"--Cover.
"Includes miking guitars DVD!"--Cover.
Publisher's no.: 02501628 (on book), 63006758 (on DVD).
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Studio setup and sound conditioning. The sweet spot: how to turn that sow's ear of a workspace into a silk purse / by Rusty Cutchin -- Supply-side recording: cheap studio upgrades ; Adventures in airspace: making the most of your listening environment / by David Darlington -- Filling in the cracks: if you really want to contain sound from room to room, you must seal the deal / by Arty Skye -- Build your own studio baffles: how to fight reflections and win / by Jerry Tardif -- How to construct a sound panel / by Levin Pfeufer -- Stupid mic stand tricks / by Emile Menasché -- Function over beauty: a do-it-yourself keyboard stand / by Jon Chappell -- Cables and connectors. The quest for signal integrity: all about connections, cables, and those pesky adapters / by Pat Kirtley -- Cable guy, Part 1: Wiring your own cables can improve your sound and save you money ; Cable guy, Part 2: Tips and techniques for wiring your own cables / by Bill Philbrick -- The convenience connection: Simplifying your life (or at least your studio) with patchbays / by David Darlington -- Gear: selection and issues. More gear: you can't live with it / by Rusty Cutchin -- Introduction to microphones: all about the essential recording tool ; What's so hot about tubes? Why this vintage technology is still champ in the digital arena ; Calibration: how to make sure your gear is all on the same page / by Pat Kirtley -- The ins and outs of SMPTE: timecode unraveled / by David Darlington --
Monitors and monitoring. Output, output, output: the bottom line on gear / by Rusty Cutchin -- Subwoofer strategies: put some boom in your room / by David Darlington -- Monitoring 101: Creating a quality monitoring environment / by Pat Kirtley -- Recording. Ch-ch-ch-ch-changes: technology marches on / by David Darlington -- Unconventional wisdom: exploding the 12 great myths about recording / by Pat Kirtley -- Pre-production: the session before the session / by Rusty Cutchin -- Isolation on the cheap / by Mike Levine -- Vocals 101: tips for getting the best from your singer ; Singers unlimited: techniques for vocal comping ; Make mine hot: getting your best level / by David Darlington -- Mind over meters: a guide to setting levels / by Pat Kirtley -- Effects. Coping with compressors: demystifying those dynamic controllers / by David Darlington -- Compression / by Julian McBrowne -- (Sonic) barbarians at the gate: 'Quiet down out there!' ; Stir of echoes: reverb revealed / by David Darlington -- Mixers, mixing, and mastering. Making sense of mixers: signal flow basics / by Jerry Tardif -- Anatomy of a channel strip: out of one, many ; Grand Central Station: your mixer's central section / by David Darlington -- Mixer logic / by Jon Chappell -- Desktop mixing: your digital audio workstation console ; Organizing your mix: clear the way for a clean result / by David Darlington -- Active listening: how to avoid getting lost in the details on your way to a great mix ; A CD mastering primer: preparing your disc for the duplicator / by Pat Kirtley.
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