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New Trade Paper
Available February 2015
The Insider's Guide to Home Recording: Record Music and Get Paidby Brian Tarquin
Synopses & Reviews
The last decade has seen an explosion in the number of home-recording studios. With the mass availability of sophisticated technology, there has never been a better time to do it yourself and make a profit.
Take a studio journey with Brian Tarquin, the multiple-Emmy-award winning recording artist and producer, as he leads you through the complete recording process, and shows you how to perfect your sound using home equipment. He guides you through the steps to increase your creative freedom, and offers numerous tips to improve the effectiveness of your workflow. Topics covered in this book include the following:
Studio location, set up, and alteration
Equipment—microphones, plug-ins, amps, mixers
Roles and responsibilities of artists, producers, engineers
Getting the best performance from hired musicians
And much more!
Experienced and novice musicians alike will learn a multitude of tips, tricks, and techniques to control the studio environment and create excellent sounds. Novices, or those just starting to record on home equipment for the first time, will learn everything from setting up a studio properly, to operating the mixers and processors, to improving the acoustics of your work environment. This guide will help every musician, producer, or engineer to build a successful home-recording business.
About the Author
Brian Tarquin an American guitarist, composer, and music producer who has won three Emmys for Outstanding Achievement in Music Direction and Composition for a Drama Series. He has played Jazz and Rock n Roll all over the world with such musical legends as Jimmy Page, John Paul Jones, and Jeff Beck. He began his own record label (BHP Music) in 2006 and recently launched a music production library (TV Film Trax) for editors, producers, and music supervisors.
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