Recording on the go : the definitive guide to live recording / Gary Gottlieb and Paul Hennerich.
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- ISBN: 9781598635010
- ISBN: 1598635018
- Physical Description: xiv, 301 p. : ill. ; 24 cm.
- Publisher: Boston, MA : Course Technology Cengage Learning, c2009.
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Part I, The basics of live recording. Why record live? -- Sound in space -- The key to sucess: planning -- Gig psychology: playing with others -- Understanding and respecting power and ground -- Part II, The gear. Basic gear -- Where we keep stuff: data storage -- Decisions, decisions--to wheel in or not to wheel in: that is the question -- Part III, The gig. Recording big (because we always record big): clubs, rock, jazz, and blues -- Recording bigger: large ensemble recording on location -- Recording biggest: Stadiums, sporting events, music festivals, and made-for-TV events -- Location recording for visual media -- Surrounded! -- Harnessing sound -- Finding your perch -- Work and play well with others: interfacing with the live sound system -- Part IV, The day after. What have we got? Can we fix it in the mix? -- Editing and sweetening -- Software and such -- The final frontier.
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