Appleas exciting new Mastered for iTunes (MFiT) initiative, introduced in early 2012, introduces new possibilities for delivering high-quality audio. For the first time, record labels and program producers are encouraged to deliver audio materials to iTunes in a high resolution format, which can produce better-sounding masters. In iTunes Music, author and world-class mastering engineer Bob Katz starts out with the basics, surveys the recent past, and brings you quickly up to the presentawhere the current state of digital audio is bleak. Katz explains the evolution of standards for dynamic range through the present and with implications for the future. He details the new methods that Apple is developing to accept high resolution audio and shows step by step how audio engineers and producers can take advantage of them. This book is designed for all those dealing with sound, from sound engineers to music industry executives and musiciansaand those aspiring to all these roles. This book will help you understand the issues around delivering high-quality environment and get all your facts straight for when you encounter resistance to good sound. Topics covered include: ac Contrasting the production of CD albums with iTunes albums ac High Resolution audio ac Dithering ac Distortion (and how to avoid it) ac Lossy Coding ac Loudness Metering ac Sound Check and how it affects our production techniques ac Appleas tools for Mastered for iTunes Foreword by renowned mastering engineer Bob Ludwig. Join the forums at www.digido.com/iTunes, for the latest information and discussions!An ISRC code is supposed to remain as an identifier of a song throughout common file format overall). It is a lossless linear pcm format and may contain its lifetime, even if its owner changes (e.g. if one record company acquires the assets ofanbsp;...
|Title||:||iTunes Music: Mastering High Resolution Audio Delivery|
|Publisher||:||Taylor & Francis - 2013-03-22|