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Audio Recording Basic Training, The Hands-On Survival Manual for Musicians (Book & DVD-ROM), #YL00-38882 : By Bobby Owsinski : Pro Audio Textbook : Book & DVD-ROM : Boot Camp : The Hands-On Survival Manual for Musicians
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If you're new to recording and don't know where to begin, or your recordings aren't as good as you'd like them to be, Audio Recording Basic Trainig is here to help. Built around a series of hands-on recording exercises designed to show you how to listen and work like a recording pro, best-selling author Bobby Owsinski reveals the tips, tricks, and secrets to all the different facets of recording---including miking a drum kit, recording vocals, and miking just about any electric or acoustic instrument. See how the pros handle setting up a headphone mix, build a rough mix, and use compression and equalization to make their recordings sing. Learn where, when, why, and how to mic virtually any instrument, and become proficient at finding the right place in the room to record. The book also features an accompanying DVD-ROM filled with lessons specifically developed to take your recording chops to the next level.

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PublisherAlfred Publishing
Format Book & DVD-ROM
Category Pro Audio Textbook
Pages160
Shipping Weight1.00   lbs
Alfred Publishing Item 00-38882
Product Code YL00-38882
UPC Code38081431901
ISBN 10 0739086006
EAN 9780739086001

Bobby Owsinski : Author


SONG LIST
Title:         -10 or -20dB Pad

Title:         A Description of the Audio Bands

Title:         Acoustic Guitar Recording

Title:         Acoustic Instrument Mic Placement

Title:         Acoustic Phase Cancellation

Title:         Acoustic Quick Fixes

Title:         Amplifier Emulators

Title:         Assigning the Drums to a Group or Subgroup

Title:         Attack and Release

Title:         Background Vocal Mic Placement

Title:         Background Vocals

Title:         Basic Listening Technique

Title:         Basic Monitor Setup

Title:         BIBLIOGRAPHY

Title:         Building the Mix

Title:         Bypass

Title:         Cardioid

Title:         CHAPTER 1: MONITORING

Title:         CHAPTER 10: RECORDING ELECTRONIC INSTRUMENTS

Title:         CHAPTER 11: RECORDING IN STEREO

Title:         CHAPTER 12: THE RECORDING SESSION

Title:         CHAPTER 13: THE ROUGH MIX

Title:         CHAPTER 14: THE FINAL RECORDING

Title:         CHAPTER 2: THE MICROPHONE

Title:         CHAPTER 3: BASIC RECORDING GEAR

Title:         CHAPTER 4: RECORDING BASICS

Title:         CHAPTER 5: MICROPHONE PLACEMENT BASICS

Title:         CHAPTER 6: RECORDING THE DRUMS

Title:         CHAPTER 7: RECORDING GUITAR AND BASS
Title: CHAPTER 8: VOCAL MIKING TECHNIQUES
Title: CHAPTER 9: RECORDING ACOUSTIC INSTRUMENTS
Title: Checking Phase
Title: Checking Phase by Listening
Title: Checking the Drum Phase
Title: Checking the Drum Phase
Title: Choosing a Preamp
Title: Choosing the Best Place in the Room
Title: Choosing the Right Mic
Title: Combined with an Amp
Title: Compression Basics
Title: Compressor Controls
Title: Compressor/Limiter Setup
Title: Compressors/Limiters
Title: Condenser Microphone Characteristics
Title: Condenser Microphone Examples
Title: Consequences
Title: Cymbals Tips
Title: DAW Recording
Title: Description
Title: Determining the Listening Position
Title: DI Setup
Title: Direct Box Types
Title: Direct Boxes
Title: Don't Forget to Record a Count-Off
Title: Don't Forget to Record a Tuning Note
Title: Dynamic Microphone Characteristics
Title: Dynamic Microphone Examples
Title: Electric Bass Recording
Title: Electric Guitar Recording
Title: Electronic Phase Cancellation Audio Recording Basic Training
Title: EQ Parameters
Title: Equalization Basics
Title: Equalizer Setup
Title: Equalizers
Title: Exercise Pod: Balancing Guitars
Title: Exercise Pod: Balancing Loops
Title: Exercise Pod: Balancing the Bass and Drums
Title: Exercise Pod: Balancing the Drums
Title: Exercise Pod: Balancing the Keyboards
Title: Exercise Pod: Balancing the Lead and Background Vocals
Title: Exercise Pod: Basic Tracks
Title: Exercise Pod: Checking Phase
Title: Exercise Pod: Checking the Drum Phase
Title: Exercise Pod: Drum Sound Check
Title: Exercise Pod: Finding the Right Placement in the Room
Title: Exercise Pod: Improving the Listening Environment
Title: Exercise Pod: Microphone Placement 101
Title: Exercise Pod: Miking the Individual Drums
Title: Exercise Pod: Overdubs
Title: Exercise Pod: Proper Gain Staging
Title: Exercise Pod: Recording Acoustic Instruments
Title: Exercise Pod: Recording Background Vocals
Title: Exercise Pod: Recording in Stereo
Title: Exercise Pod: Recording the Acoustic Guitar
Title: Exercise Pod: Recording the Electric Guitar
Title: Exercise Pod: Recording the Lead Vocal
Title: Exercise Pod: Setting the Recording Levels
Title: Exercise Pod: Setting Up the Compressor
Title: Exercise Pod: Setting Up the Mic Preamp
Title: Exercise Pod: Speaker Placement
Title: Exercise Pod: The Microphone
Title: Exercise Pod: Tuning the Drums
Title: Exercise Pod: Tweaking the Drum Sound
Title: Exercise Pod: Using the Equalizer
Title: Exercise Pod: Using the High-Pass Filter
Title: Exercise Pod: What to Listen For
Title: Fake Stereo
Title: Figure Eight
Title: Finding the Right Placement in the Room
Title: Finding the Right Placement in the Room
Title: Frequency Band
Title: Gain Reduction Meter
Title: Gain Staging
Title: Gain; Level; Trim
Title: Gain; Make-up Gain; Output
Title: Getting Sound into the Computer
Title: Getting the Best from a Singer
Title: Getting the Overall Drum Sound
Title: GLOSSARY
Title: Guitars
Title: Headroom
Title: High-Pass Filter / Low-Cut Filter
Title: High-Pass or Rolloff Filter
Title: Horn Sections
Title: Horns
Title: How Loud Should I Listen?
Title: How Much Compression Do I Need?
Title: How to Listen
Title: Hyper-Cardioid
Title: If It's Distorting
Title: INDEX
Title: Individual Drum Sound Check
Title: Input Pad; Pad; Attenuation
Title: Instrument Input; Hi-Z; DI
Title: Keyboards
Title: Kick Drum Tuning Tips
Title: Latency
Title: Lead Vocal Mic Placement
Title: Leakage
Title: Limiting
Title: Limiting
Title: Loops
Title: Making the Click Cut Through the Mix
Title: Metering
Title: Microphone Accessories
Title: Microphone Controls
Title: Microphone Directional Response
Title: Microphone Preamp Controls
Title: Microphone Technique 101
Title: Microphone Types
Title: Miking the Amplifier
Title: Miking the Bass Drum
Title: Miking the Cymbals
Title: Miking the High-Hat
Title: Miking the Individual Drums
Title: Miking the Room
Title: Miking the Snare Drum
Title: Miking the Toms
Title: Omnidirectional
Title: Other Acoustic Instruments
Title: Overdubs
Title: Overhead Position Two
Title: Panning the Drums
Title: Pattern Selector
Title: Percussion
Title: Personal Headphone Mixes
Title: Phantom Power; 48V
Title: Phase Cancellation: The Sound Destroyer
Title: Phase Switch
Title: Placement in the Room
Title: Pop Filters
Title: PREFACE
Title: Proximity Effect
Title: Ratio
Title: Recording Acoustic Instruments with Pickups
Title: Recording Background Vocals
Title: Recording Drum Percussion
Title: Recording Electronic Keyboards
Title: Recording Hand-Held Percussion
Title: Recording in the Control Room
Title: Recording Lead Vocals
Title: Recording Preparation
Title: Recording the Acoustic Bass
Title: Recording the Guitar Direct
Title: Recording Without Headphones
Title: Ribbon Microphone Characteristics
Title: Ribbon Microphone Examples
Title: Setting the Levels
Title: Setting the Recording Level
Title: Setting Up the Headphone Mix
Title: Setting Up the Mic Preamp
Title: Setup
Title: Shock Mounts
Title: Snare Drum Bottom Head Miking
Title: Snare Tuning Tips
Title: Solo Brass Instruments
Title: Solo Sax
Title: Solo String Instruments
Title: Sound Check
Title: Standing Waves
Title: Stereo Accessories
Title: Subtractive Equalization
Title: The 3 to 1 Principle
Title: The Acoustic Piano
Title: The Acoustic Preamp/DI
Title: The Basic Track
Title: The Bass
Title: The Click Track
Title: The Computer Interface
Title: The Condenser Microphone
Title: The Drums
Title: The Dynamic Microphone
Title: The Headphone Mix
Title: The Keys to a Great Sounding Drum Kit
Title: The Listening Environment
Title: The Magic High-Pass Filter
Title: The Microphone Preamplifier
Title: The ORTF Configuration
Title: The Principles of Equalization
Title: The Quick Effects Setup
Title: The Recording Drummer
Title: The Ribbon Microphone
Title: The Scratch Vocal
Title: The Secret to Mic Placement
Title: The Signal Path
Title: The Spaced Pair
Title: The Subkick Mic
Title: The Talkback Mic
Title: The Tuning Technique
Title: The Vocals
Title: The X/Y Configuration
Title: Threshold
Title: Tom Tuning Tips
Title: Tuning Tips and Tricks
Title: Tweaking the Drum Sound
Title: Typical Condenser Microphone Applications
Title: Typical Dynamic Microphone Applications
Title: Typical Ribbon Microphone Applications
Title: Use the Big Part of the Studio
Title: Using a Stereo Mic
Title: Using Compression
Title: Using the Compressor
Title: Using the Compressor/Limiter During Drum Tracking
Title: Using the EQ During Drum Tracking
Title: Using the Equalizer
Title: Vocal Doubling
Title: Vocals in the Control Room
Title: Welcome to the Audio Recording Basic Training
Title: Where to Place the Players in the Room
Title: Why a Separate Mic Amp?
Title: You've Got to Hear Yourself

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