Understanding Audio: Getting the Most Out of Your Project or Professional Recording Studio PDF
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The understanding of the fundamentals of acoustics and audio is beneficial for everyone creating or working with audio recordings, from musicians to producers to professional recording engineers.
Audio and acoustics impact every stage of the music recording process. Understanding Audio offers a clear guide to help you develop a complete understanding of the underlying principles of sound. Author Daniel Thompson, Music Production and Engineering at Berklee College of Music, removes the mystery and guesswork out of how your environment and equipment affects the quality of recordings. Every chapter provides practical projects to assist the student in applying learnings to their recording environment.
Use Understanding Audio to expand on working knowledge or start from scratch with the basics. This text provides an overview of audio theory, digital and analog audio, cables and studio wiring, console signal flow, psychoacoustics, and so much more. Make use of the “In the Studio” insights to relate audio principles to real recording situations.