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The Recording Engineer's Handbook (Anglais) Broché – 30 septembre 2013
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The most comprehensive book available on the subject of audio recording, this new edition has been created with special emphasis on the latest in technology and the evolving marketplace, including a new, complete overview of recording as it's done by most musicians and enthusiasts today---in the home studio. In the book's first section, Recording, you'll learn everything from how microphones work to specific techniques for recording drums, individual instruments, vocals, and much more. In the second section, The Interviews, you'll benefit from the wisdom and down-to-earth practical advice offered by a host of recording professionals, including greats like Chuck Ainlay, Steve Albini, and many others. These interviews with engineers working in various musical genres will introduce you to the thoughts and creative processes behind not only today's hits but the classic cuts we've enjoyed for years.
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Could use more updating, but the bulk of the material here is timeless.
le 2 avril 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Some of the information is a bit outdated as there has been a technological revolution since this book's last update. Earthworks has released game changing QTC microphones and ZDT preamps that aren't mentioned here, while many of the recommended microphones and preamps in this book are no longer made and are prized as antiques now costing many thousands of dollars more than they use to cost at the time of this book's publication. A set of 3 recommended M50's is going to cost you over $40k used. An AKG C12, often referred to here, will cost you over 5 grand, and there are no mentions of better far cheaper mics that have come out recently. Still, having said all that, I saved a lot of money getting turned on to the AT4050 and the sure M57 as a result of reading this book, neither of which come at a prohibitive cost. DAW's and DA interfaces have come a long way since this third edition, and there is no mention of perfectly good digital compressors, EQ plug ins etc. In terms of learning about mic placement and controlling the sound picked up by those mics, this book is still essential reading.
Not that it isn't useful, but if you have been dabbling in recording ...
le 16 juin 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I would say this book is mostly for beginners. Not that it isn't useful, but if you have been dabbling in recording at all, you have probably figured some of this stuff out. If you are just starting to learn recording, without any formal training, this would be great foundation for improving your recording technique. Talks a lot about types of mics, and mic placement, and techniques specific to different types of instruments. Briefly discusses what is needed for DAW recording. This author's mixing book is another good resource for foundational information you will need to know in order to become a good mixer, though there is much more to know.
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le 2 août 2014 - Publié sur Amazon.com
This is an excellent source of information not just for the beginner but for anyone who is looking for a few tips and tricks to make their work better. While some of the information is basic, sometimes a little review is useful to correct problems that have crept into an engineer's habits. Through the interviews Owsinski conducted, you can clearly see that there are several different approaches to capturing music. What works best, it fast becomes clear, is more a function of the engineer than anything else. It also makes it clear that your ear is the most important tool you have at your disposal and it should be used throughout the session. For me, the references on mic positions for various instruments are useful but I find the greatest value in the interviews. For anyone looking to up their game, you could do far worse than to add this to your bookshelf.
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Everything you need to know about recording
le 25 octobre 2015 - Publié sur Amazon.com
I love the detail Bobby Owsinski goes into when talking about recording with this book. As a beginning engineer, all of the information at once was sort of an overload but I suggest one chapter at a time, let it sink in and write down any information that stands out. The book is a lot more manageable that way. The ins and outs of recording are gone through in this book and it's a must read for anyone looking to know more about recording, wether it's for a hobby or looking to do it professionally. His book on mixing is next for me!
Recording is so subjective, and everyone seems to have their favorite approaches. Experiment!
le 24 avril 2016 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Some serious typos early on where compressors and preamps are confused. Most of this content is available online, or by subscribing to (FREE) resources like Tape Op. Still, it's nice to have different perspectives. Some of the drum kit stuff is interesting. Still working through it, and may have a different viewpoint by the time I finish, but I'd say it's a decent place to start. Recording is so subjective, and everyone seems to have their favorite approaches. Experiment!
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