What You Should Know Before Entering the Recording StudioBook - 1998
A common problem in recording studios is that ambitious newcomers enter the studio totally unprepared for a professional recording session. This book seeks to solve that difficulty by providing recording novices with information essential for making their sessions understandable, enjoyable and successful. Topics covered include: home recording as a pre-production tool; selecting a studio; studio personnel; the lexicon of regarding; schedule and budgets; and tracking, mix-down and mastering. The book includes advice from practicing musicians and working record producers and features an interview with blues artist Lowell Folson, who enjoys one of the longest continuous recording careers of any living artist.
Publisher: New York : Billboard Books, 1998.
Branch Call Number: 781.49 Ma
Characteristics: x, 164 p. ; 23 cm.