Recording & Production techniques (Paul White)

BOOK: Recording & Production Techniques for the Recording Musician. Best sound recording book EVER!

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The Sound on Sound Book of Recording & Production Techniques for the Recording Musician

Sanctuary Publishing Limited 192 pages

  • Product Dimensions: 170.18 x 241.3 x 12.7mm | 430.91g
 London, United Kingdom black and white diagrams throughout

Takes the reader through planning and recording a session, getting the best performance from the artists, and producing the best possible mix making creative use of effects and processors.This book gives you everything: from how to plan a session and arranging all the way to mastering (incl. digital, and computer recording). Full of useful tips and techniques to get the job done. Setting up mics for acoustic guitar and using the right effect on vocals is easy after reading this book.

The best sound recording book I have ever used. 
I was a bit surprised about the lack of reviews for this book, because it is the ONLY book I ever reference when I run into a problem in the studio. And believe me, I own a lot of books on recording.
I bought this book in 1999 and have had no need to even look for other books on recording since. What makes this book so much better than the others is the quality of the information. Every sentence and tip in the recording section conveys a new useful point. There is absolutely no extraneous information here. All the techniques that I have learned from this book have worked like magic. Acoustic guitars and vocals have never sounded better.
The only downside of this book is the lack of a chapter on recording bass guitar. There is an entire chapter devoted to the future of analogue tape, but absolutely nothing on recording bass guitar. Otherwise, the book is fantastic, and easily worth the [money] price. Happy recording…

                 Condition of the book: Excellent (close to near mint minus)