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Simple-to-follow tips and guidance on the most complicated aspects of home recording.
Are you thinking of getting started in home recording and want to know the latest home recording technologies?
Home Recording For Musicians For Dummies will get you recording music at home in no time. It shows you how to set up a home studio, record and edit your music, master it, and even distribute your songs. With this user-friendly guide, you'll learn how to compare studio-in-a-box, computer-based, and stand-alone recording systems and choose what you need. You'll gain the skills to manage your sound, take full advantage of MIDI, mike common instruments, do overdubs and replace missed notes, understand the mastering process, and prepare your music for duplication. It's a must-have book for the modern musician.
- ISBN: 9781118106891
- Width: 7.25"
- Length: 9.0"
- 368 pages
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- Easy To Follow
- Improves Musicianship
- Improves Technique
- Learn Great Tricks
- Found Nothing Negative
- Improving Skills
- Mastering Recording Tech
- Specific Techniques
Comments about Hal Leonard Home Recording For Musicians For Dummies:
Look !! I have learned that in the world of music, that no matter how much you know there is always more to learn from others. There will always be room for improvement. We should always learn more tricks to the trade, by learning how others see things. Always be willing to admit that we never know everything. With this book you can learn a lot. Thanks Hal Leonard, and Musicians Friend.