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what are your favorite books on the topic?

Discussion in 'Recording' started by asianbob, Feb 28, 2005.

  1. asianbob

    asianbob Guest

    i'm looking for some good books that will have comprehensive information to help get me going with recording, and some that will be good references to keep handy in the studio in the future, even after i've gotten a hang of the basics, to help with questions and problems that might pop up so i don't have to hekcle you guys here every time i can't figure something out. also, any other reading recommendations on other related or not-so-related topics (music/recording industry, acoustics, theory, whatever) would be cool, just for fun. cheers.
  2. theholotrope

    theholotrope Guest

    The Mixing Engineers Handbook by Bobby Owsinski. If you're starting out and you havent read this book, youre missing out. I dont know how to link this but check it out in amazon. Best out of all the books on recording Ive read.

  3. WRX07

    WRX07 Guest


    I really liked this one a lot. It covers a lot of recording topics, not just Pro Tools help http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0876390084/qid=1109651528/sr=1-3/ref=sr_1_3/104-6782855-8551913?v=glance&s=books

    FRANCK Guest


    Hi, I am brand new on the forum. I am based in Paris, France. Is anybody could advise me on a book on 60's/70's recording techniques? Type of mics, mics set up, console, effects, outboards,... To be more precise, I am trying to get informations on the way Soul Labels as Stax, Hi, Atlantic, Fame, Motown...were recording in the period 60's/70's.
    Thanks for you help.

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