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by Dennis N. Nardantonio

ePub Sound Studio Production Techniques download
Author:
Dennis N. Nardantonio
ISBN13:
978-0830692507
ISBN:
0830692509
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Publisher:
Tab Books; 1st edition (June 1, 1990)
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Subcategory:
Engineering
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Describes how to set up a studio and the technical details of the various types of equipment one contains show more. Format Paperback 304 pages.

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Describes how to set up a studio and the technical details of the various types of equipment one contains. com User, 19 years ago. In 1990, when I bought this book, I was starting my teaching career in Audio and Electronics. Although I had read many books on the matter, this one was the one I chose for the first lecture I gave on Advanced Sound Systems. The need for a book like this came up after 6 years being a pro musician and being a senior year EE student. There is no Audio Engineering taught course in my country, so everything I know about this topic is by reading books.

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Nardantonio, D. Sound Studio Production Techniques (1989). Pohlmann, Kenneth, Advanced Digital Audio (1991) and Principles of Digital Audio (1995).

Nardantonio, D. Rumsey, Francis, and McCormick, Tim, Sound and Recording : An Introduction (1992). White, G. The Audio Dictionary, 2d rev. ed. (1991). White, Paul, Musical Technology: A Survivor's Guide (1998). Wilkinson, Scott, et a. Anatomy of a Home Studio (1998).

Describes how to set up a studio and the technical details of the various types of equipment one contains
  • If you like music production but are having a hard time with the fundamentals this is a great resource. Easy to grasp explanations and with graphs and pictures. The gear it mentions is a bit dated but everything else in this book is solid.

  • In 1990, when I bought this book, I was starting my teaching career in Audio and Electronics. Although I had read many books on the matter, this one was the one I chose for the first lecture I gave on Advanced Sound Systems. The need for a book like this came up after 6 years being a pro musician and being a senior year EE student. There is no Audio Engineering taught course in my country, so everything I know about this topic is by reading books. My experience as a musician also helped. This book is very comprehensive. Let us analyse it in its most important chapters. ** Math for audio engineers. I never read it. Of course it covers the minimal mathematical background that every sound technician must have, but it is a little elementary for me. If you are not an EE, read this chapter carefully.
    ** Monitors. Very good, nice and easy explanation of the principles of transducers, accesible for all readers, little math, but I think that a comprehensive chapter about transducers (mics and monitors)would have been better.
    ** Acoustics. Excelent! nice drawings, nice formulae, it is exactly the base of this chapter in my college course. I have designed some excercises and problems with the development of this topic by Mr. Nardantonio. Of course this subject is a lot more extensive, but for a single chapter, it is everything a student needs to know before sinking in the sea of acoustics bibliography.
    ** Console Architecture. A good example for the beginners. It applies to almost any make and model of console you might handle. The patch bay explanation is very good.
    ** Effects. Very comprehensive, especially about compressors, very understandable and easy to read. It lacks of an explanation about expanders, and it is often taught together with compressors.
    ** MIDI applications. Maybe the best chapter. For those of us who had been dealing with MIDI interfaces for years, like myself, it was a good first book on the subject, the example on the four MIDI words is supreme.
    I sincerely encourage Mr. Nardantonio to release a new edition of this very useful title.