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Technical, Clear, and concise.
The book is very well laid out and it's one of those rare books that you can open anywhere and learn something new and important to your own successful studio.
Microphones, both vintage and modern are examined, basic equipment like mic preamps, compressors, and limiters are looked at.
A close friend let me borrow his copy of the recording engineers handbook when we started building our home studio. Read morePublished 9 months ago by the yacht shop
This book does a good job in explaining how microphones work and besides that it also explains some very good techniques in placing microphones on instruments. Read morePublished 9 months ago by mariosussie4
My son is an audio engineering student and the first day of class this week his teacher was suggesting supplemental texts to buy. This was one of his suggestions. Read morePublished 9 months ago by D. Dierdorf
Bobby is great author and has a beautiful intention with his books: register the traditional best practices, as this world changes. Read morePublished 16 months ago by J. R. Kampa
This is very great book and gives you very useful tips to help improve your recording skills. This greatly increased my understanding of mic placement and recording drums. Read morePublished 17 months ago by Niko
this book is very good when you are just starting out in the recording inderstary. it has everything from mic placements to how mics work!Published 17 months ago by Violet R Lindsay
a great book, very useful guidelines, and most of all the words of people who made historic records, and worked with the bestPublished 18 months ago by Juan Vidauli
I thought the book did a great job of covering key hardware gear and approaches for tracking sound. An excellent education on how recordings have been made and the people that made... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Phil Grabmiller
I love this book. I am just getting into audio recording and this is an amazing guide to recording. Highly recommended!Published 19 months ago by Stephen Michaels