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Make Mine Music (Anglais) Relié – août 2004


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Book by Swedien Bruce


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I've been waiting for this book 15 avril 2005
Par T. Butler - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
First, this book is not a work of art. The writing is awkward. The flow is strange. The layout is unattractive. There is no index. Most of the pictures are tiny and badly reproduced. But the fact that Bruce Swedien is sharing his thoughts and insights about his craft far outweighs the flaws in the presentation.

This book is about Bruce's underlying philosophy of recording and not a how-to-book. While not elegantly presented, Bruce is successful in getting across his approach to making and recording music.

This book is about the insights of a master, not a kiss-and-tell book. There is a lot to learn from Bruce and, despite the book's flaws; he dispenses a lot of that knowledge in this book.

If you care about how records are made this book is a must read.
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Literary Engineering Masterpiece 23 octobre 2005
Par Conestoga - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
This is probably one of the most difficult yet exciting reviews I will ever write. The fact that a pro engineer who has worked with so many power house artists is willing to share even a few of his tricks, is just short of mind blowing. As many are aware the recording industry is largely secretive, except in the case of Mr. Swedien and a few others. Bruce's explinations of early multitracking, Over dubbing and mic placement I found particularly fascinating. However in my opinion there are several key eliments of his career that were either left out or unduely included. Probably my biggest dispointment with this book was that there was no mention of his sessions with Muddy Waters or the rumored sessions with Cream. I also found it monotonous when he shared his mic technics used for Jackson's vocal tracks. It's pretty obvious to even the most amateur of engineers that Telefunken or Neuman mics, with Neve pre amps are used on virtually all pro recordings. Over all though this was a stunning book. His writting style is unique and accetpable. A must read for all recording engineers and producers.
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Amateur writing marrs fantastic career 6 mars 2005
Par B. A. Robin - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
When I got the book I immediately turned to the part of the book about the making of Michael Jackson's megahits. So for what its worth this review is based on only half of a chapter. But my God the writing is amateur, filled with redundancies and bizarre typos (the man who recorded "Thriller" misspells his own smash record as "Billy Jean"). But the worst part is that instead of being rich with fresh anecdotes and useful production tips based on this milestone record, all I'm finding are annoying, half tossed off thoughts, devoid of insights (not to mention, God forbid, juicy gossip). He tells us Vincent Price was given three verses for his "rap" but they only used two, and that the third is "in my tapes somewhere." Hello! Could you take a quick look, please? A first look at unused material would have been a real treat, but instead we're told useless anecdotes about his dog refusing to growl for the intro to the song. Yawn. This book feels like the unedited notes of a non-writer who's just been awarded a book contract.
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Nice Idea, Lousy Execution 4 juillet 2006
Par Fly By Light - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié
Some unique and wonderful war stories made this otherwise embarassingly bad book worth the time invested in reading it. Sadly, Bruce not only worked without a ghost writer, but must have negotiated a deal that tied his editor's hands. Too much of the writing is disjointed, self-indulgent, and inappropriately compiled. Some parts contain too much uninteresting personal detail (although a daughter-in-the-studio story or two might have been fun), while others contain more technical details than even a geek like me wants to read (I already know that I'll never be able to afford 99% of the equipment he uses). Much too frequently, sentence after sentence is distractingly bad or inappropriate. This could have been a monumental work if someone like Bobby Owsinski had interviewed Bruce and written the book. Instead, we have an awful first draft of great stories by someone that has no writing skills. Enjoy the stories, but know what you're getting.
Fantastic read for a music lover! 28 novembre 2010
Par timeismoney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Relié Achat vérifié
I worked in the music industry as a recording industry and Bruce Swedien is one of my heroes! This was very well-written and an easy read filled with very cool info about his experiences from Ella Fitzgerald to Michael Jackson to J. Lo and everything in between. Highly recommended!
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