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The Art of Mixing: A Visual Guide to Recording, Engineering, and Production 2nd Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
1) The images are exremely redundant and take up half of the already slim 124 pages (where does the publisher get 144 from?)
2) The book's content does not justify the price.
Contrary to someone elses comment, I found the book to be exremely lacking in the area of compression. On the other hand, it did have some useful info on equalization settings.
This book has no pork...only the necessary items to raise your mixing abilities to a semi-pro level. And it does so in a wonderful graphical form unlike the countless "engineering" books I've poured through (and I've got an engineering degree). Make no mistake, you need to know the numbers, but the perspective Gibson provides is worth every penny!
I still have an intern from time to time and I make it required reading. The students always have a much more practicle understanding about the mix process. This is the best book I have found for this task.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Awesome book for experienced mixers, like my friend who recommended it to me, and newbies like myself. You will never hear music again the same way once you read this book!Published 10 hours ago by KTReyn
Great book for being out of date and gives a visual representation that helps to explain the process.Published 3 months ago by musicman
Still haven't read all the way through it, but I really dig the imagery of how sound fits together. It's a bit dated graphics now, but the point is the same. Read morePublished 5 months ago by FilmComposer
As a teaching tool, Gibson's method is a great way of visualising a mix. There are, however, a couple of inconsistencies: his approach breaks down when it comes to surround sound,... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Anthony L. Jones
If your a sound engineer your going to want this book..check it out on video online.Published 15 months ago by cory
It's a great great book for everything in music like the science book of Theory for Everything.Published 15 months ago by Albert Wang
Easy to understand even for someone like me who is new in this field of mixing.Published 18 months ago by Bernard Roy