‘Understanding Audio’ from Hal Leonard

by Victoria Wasylak • in
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• Created: October 3, 2018

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With the updated edition of Understanding Audio by Daniel M. Thompson from Berklee Press, recording musicians of all backgrounds can have a better understanding of these principles and how they might impact their work. The book clearly explains basic and advanced audio theory, studio and listening room acoustics, cables and studio wiring, digital and analog audio, and more.

First published in 2005, this edition features over 100 pages of brand-new information, bringing even greater knowledge to musicians looking to get the most out of their recording projects and studios. Featuring 18 total chapters, the book also comes with various projects at the end of each chapter to assist musicians in applying principles covered throughout the book to their own recording environment.

www.halleonard.com

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