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MattyPretends116
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Post by MattyPretends116 » November 12th, 2003, 4:08 pm

Hey,
I'm a long way from recording anything (songwriting is hard) but I'm interested in learning more about the general process: equalizing, mixing, miking and all that. I don't know very much at all about the subject and want to fix that. Does anyone know of a good book source or online webpage? Doesn't matter if it's the home computer set up or a full on pro studio, I'm assuming the basics are comparable...

Thanks very much, :)
Matt
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Post by hueseph » November 12th, 2003, 4:36 pm

http://www.modrec.com/

Modern Recording Techniqes  revision 5

These guys hold the standard as far as Studio Recording goes. Although some ideas are transferrable between digital home studio and pro studio, there are many considereable differences especially where mixing consoles and outboard gear as opposed to Native applications and VST plugins are concerned.  This is a good site to visit.

http://www.homerecording.com/bbs/forumd ... ?forumid=2

Also check out this book:

http://www.musicbooksplus.com/books/ap030.htm


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