I’m excited to announce that The Encyclopedia of Home Recording is now available as a trade paperback!
This book was written to be a quick and easy reference for people who record in home studios and small project studios. The main section of the book is written in the format of an encyclopedia, with alphabetically organized entries covering the tools, techniques, and terminology of the recording studio. It also contains a section on the basics of sound, a studio setup guide, and a microphone placement guide.
How do I mic a drum kit?
What is ORTF mic technique?
How do I set up my home studio?
How can I soundproof my recording space?
What’s an auxiliary send?
How does a compressor work?
The answers to these questions and many, many more are all inside. Click here to find out more about The Encyclopedia of Home Recording.
Page Count: 268
Binding Type: US Trade Paperback
Trim Size: 7.5″ x 9.25″
ISBN/EAN13: 1461090423 / 9781461090427
The Encyclopedia of Home Recording. The ultimate reference for the home studio.