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audiokid Thu, 06/15/2006 - 23:49
Hi David, good links... ... don't forget our amazon link (which should be priced spot on and members buying from our affliate link supports our own (smile).

You should find the best of the best right here . If you find more elsewhere though, let me know and I'll add them to our list so commissions stays in the community.

Cheers! (y)

Pro Audio Guest Fri, 06/16/2006 - 02:56"]Sound Recording Handbook
[=""]Master Handbook of Acoustics[/]="…"]Master Handbook of Acoustics[/]"]Behind The Glass
[[url=http://="http://www.moultonl…"]Total Recording[/]="http://www.moultonl…"]Total Recording[/]
[=""]Tape Recorders[/]="http://www.alibris…"]Tape Recorders[/]"]Sound recording practice"]Professional Microphone Techniques"]Principles of Digital Audio
[[url=http://="http://www.stereoso…"]The New Stereo Soundbook[/]="http://www.stereoso…"]The New Stereo Soundbook[/]"]The Microphone book"]On Location Recording Techniques
[=""]Electroacoustical Reference Handbook[/]="http://www.powells…"]Electroacoustical Reference Handbook[/]
[[url=http://="http://www.powells…"]Audio Engineering[/]="http://www.powells…"]Audio Engineering[/]
[=""]Handbook of Recording Engineering[/]="http://www.powells…"]Handbook of Recording Engineering[/]
[[url=http://="http://www.powells…"]Audio Dictionary[/]="http://www.powells…"]Audio Dictionary[/]
[=""]Handbook of Recording Engineering[/]="http://www.powells…"]Handbook of Recording Engineering[/]
[[url=http://="http://www.powells…"]From tinfoil to Stereo, a history of recording[/]="http://www.powells…"]From tinfoil to Stereo, a history of recording[/]
[[url=http://[/URL]="http://www.zzounds…"]Yamaha Sound Reinforcement Handbook[/]="http://www.zzounds…"]Yamaha Sound Reinforcement Handbook[/]"]Mastering Audio"]The Mixing Engineer's Handbook

John Eargle books tend to be my favorite, the guy is a genius.

Another book that I highly recommend that isnt so much about the practice of recording, but about mindset, is an eternal golden braid

Pro Audio Guest Sat, 06/17/2006 - 03:30
Yes, that is fantastic. I was trying to reply to audiokid, but havent figured out how to PM. (you have to pay to PM?)

DavidSpearritt wrote: Yes I know of all these books and where to buy them. What I was referring to as fantastic is that Google Books searches specific terms in pages and allows you to read them without buying the whole book. 8-)