(Technical Reference). Open a music gear catalog and it's bursting with an incredible array of tools available for home recording: recorders, software, interfaces, microphones, and more. And while that's exciting, the sheer volume of choices can be a distraction to the real goal of home recording: getting some music down. Home Studio Clinic , written from a musician's point of view, is designed to help you build and use a studio based on your musical goals, not necessarily on the assumption that you want to become a master engineer. By exploring concepts and various common tasks, this reader-friendly book gives you the know-how to choose equipment that suits your needs and style, and the techniques to use it effectively. qThe goal, q Menasche says, qis to spend studio time creating, not reading owner's manuals.qA Musiciana#39;s Guide to Professional Recording Emile Menasche. The most basic is a ... This is far from audiophile quality, but can be a great asset in any studio; you can use it to capture ideas almost instantly. I keep one handy at all times. ... The Alesis MasterLink ML-9600 includes both CD recording and mastering features.
|Title||:||Home Studio Clinic|
|Publisher||:||Hal Leonard - 2007-01-01|