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No matter how sophisticated computers or synthesizers become, the recording of a real sound always starts with a microphone. The problem is that, unlike the human ear, there is no single microphone that is ideal for all jobs. Basic Microphones teaches you how the different types of microphones work, which types are best suited to which job, and how best to use them in a recording situation. Covers dynamic microphones, ribbon microphones, capacitor microphones, stereo mic techniques, recording vocals, acoustic and electrical guitars, drums, the piano, and string instruments.

Synopsis:

Music today relies on technology: we use technology to make music, to record music, to hear music. Music students study technology to understand music and thanks to technology more amateur musicians than ever before can create their own professional quality recordings.

But what if you are blinded by technology? What if you don't understand even the basics? Paul White's new series of pocket sized guides to basic music technology has the key. Full glossary of terms included in each pocket guide.

The experience of decades in a few pages: how microphones work, what the various types do, and how to use them in just about any musical situation.

Synopsis:

Recording and live sound engineers can spend years building up their knowledge of microphones - which to use and how to use them. This guide distills the author's wealth of experience, explaining how microphones work, what the various types do and how to best use them.

Synopsis:

The experience of decades in a few pages: how microphones work, what the various types do, and how to use them in just about any musical situation.

Product Details

ISBN:
9781860742651
Editor:
White, Paul
Publisher:
Music Sales
Editor:
White, Paul
Author:
White, Paul
Location:
London :
Subject:
Engineering - Electrical & Electronic
Subject:
Sound
Subject:
Recording & Reproduction
Subject:
Microphone
Subject:
Electricity
Subject:
Music-Recording Techniques
Series:
Music Technology Series
Series Volume:
106-316
Publication Date:
20060131
Binding:
TRADE PAPER
Language:
English
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
208
Dimensions:
5.74x4.14x.46 in. .30 lbs.

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Product details 208 pages Sanctuary Publishing, Ltd. - English 9781860742651 Reviews:
"Synopsis" by , Music today relies on technology: we use technology to make music, to record music, to hear music. Music students study technology to understand music and thanks to technology more amateur musicians than ever before can create their own professional quality recordings.

But what if you are blinded by technology? What if you don't understand even the basics? Paul White's new series of pocket sized guides to basic music technology has the key. Full glossary of terms included in each pocket guide.

The experience of decades in a few pages: how microphones work, what the various types do, and how to use them in just about any musical situation.

"Synopsis" by , Recording and live sound engineers can spend years building up their knowledge of microphones - which to use and how to use them. This guide distills the author's wealth of experience, explaining how microphones work, what the various types do and how to best use them.
"Synopsis" by , The experience of decades in a few pages: how microphones work, what the various types do, and how to use them in just about any musical situation.
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