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FAQ Policy. About this book John Eargle's 4th edition of The Handbook of Recording Engineering is the latest version of his long-time classic hands-on book for aspiring recording engineers. Show all.
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Table of contents 27 chapters Table of contents 27 chapters Acoustics in the Modern Studio Pages Psychoacoustics: How We Hear Pages Microphones: Basic Principles Pages Microphone Accessories Pages Basic Audio Signal Analysis Pages Monitor Loudspeakers Pages Digital Recording Pages The Digital Postproduction Environment Pages Equalizers and Equalization Pages Dynamics Control Pages Digital Recording.
Back Matter Pages About this book Introduction The Handbook of Recording Engineering is a logical outgrowth of the first two editions of Sound Recording.
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The earlier editions of Sound Recording have been widely used as texts at all educational levels, and it is the author's intent in the Handbook of Recording Engineering to produce a book which is even more suited to these purposes. At the same time, the book has been organized as a true handbook, which presents of reference material in easily accessible form.
Chapter One presents a discussion of acoustical fundamentals, including an introduction to some basic psychoacoustical considerations having to do with performance spaces. Recording growth loudspeaker psychoacoustics signal processing signal transmission sound.
Handbook of Recording Engineering
The idea behind my books is to preserve the techniques of the recording masters for history and pass those techniques on to you, the reader. Part 1 takes a look at the microphone basics, the classic models frequently used, and the techniques used by the best tracking engineers in the business.
And Part 2 is comprised of interviews with some of the finest and in some cases legendary tracking engineers in the world. Keep in mind that whenever possible, I tried not to get too specific on the make and model of microphone to use.
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