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How to Become a Record Producer (Music How-To) Paperback – December 1, 1997
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About the Author
David Mellor is a composer and musician who produces music for radio, film, television and CD in his home recording studio. His music and recordings are frequently heard on BBC TV and Radio, Independent Television and Channel 4. He has worked as a sound engineer at the Royal Opera House, Royal Festival Hall, Queen Elizabeth Hall and other major venues in the UK and abroad.
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This book goes into so many different types of production, and it tells you all about the people invloved - A&R men, arrangers, programmers, session musicians. I feel I know how to talk to these people now.
When the book talks about euqipment, it puts it in perspective. Good studios have a certain type of equipment because it does the job and that's it. If you know what the right equipment is, and you go to the right studios like the pros do, then you get a pro sounding recording.
Loved the stuff on m anagement. I didn't think Id have to give away 20% of my earnings - but I can see why a producer needs a good manager now.
Great book. Five stars.