Acoustic fundamentals. Microphones. Basic stereographic techniques. Signal and control transmission. Signal processing. Recorders. Recording practice. Post production techniques. Consumer media. The physical plant.
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The second edition of this classic text is completely restructured and updated to reflect recent developments in modern recording engineering. It offers clear and current explanations of the entire recording process, from the recording venue on through the microphone, the transmission channel, into the listening environment and new recording techniques for music and film. This handbook has previously been used more as a textbook than a reference, but the combination of the new chapter and lower price will increase its use in both. This book should be of interest to audio engineers; audio engineering students. (source: Nielsen Book Data)