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Basic Effects & Processorsby Paul White
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From multi-effects units to software plug-ins, digital instruments and soundcards, effects and processors are a crucial part of modern music. Yet even cheap units can be complicated to understand and operate. Basic Effects and Processors offers in-depth explanations of all the mainstream effects and signal processing treatments, along with tips on how to use them in music production. Once you've seen how these devices work, you'll be able to use them to record and mix.
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.
Modern music production relies heavily on effects and signal processing. This book uses simple English to describe what effects are available, how they work and how they can be used effectively in music production. Analogue, digital and software-based processing is covered.
Modern music production relies heavily on effects and signal processing. This book uses simple language to describe what effects are available, how they work and how they can be used effectively in music production. Analogue, digital and software-based processing are also covered.
Further titles in this exciting new pocket sized series, designed to make music technology simple.
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